Metal Structure Concepts has designed and erected a new gas station for Anzac, Alta—the first ever Petro-Canada service station to be built on First Nations land.
Measuring a modest 40-by-75 feet, it features all of the amenities of a conventional service station: convenience store, gas bar and bathrooms. Some of the more unique structural features include three-inch insulated wall panels; a single-slope, standing-seam roof with an R-value of 30; and three-foot custom overhangs complete with soffit.
We have worked with Steve Ivanitz and the MSC Team on a number of projects dating back to 2004 and as current as 2015. From a private ice hockey arena to Petro-Canada C-store/gas bar. Through the many projects that Steve and his team have completed, it has enabled them to bring an expertise in development and design to help their clients meet and exceed their expectations. MSC has always fulfilled their part in meeting both timeline/schedules and costs on the materials that they have supplied to our projects, whether that be a local or remote site. We at Rempel Builders would recommend MSC to anyone considering a Metal Structure - Big or small.