“Q” Style Steel Building

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  • Traditional “Q” style profile – single radius, clear-span arch
  • Available in sizes ranging from 16′ (4.87m) wide to 125′ (38.10m) wide, with height limited to half the span or less


The origin of the Q Style goes back to the army needing a fast, efficient barracks solution with the most interior space possible with the least amount of interior trusses or columns. The arch format solved this and became a popular building option not only in the military but  across so many other sectors because of the ease of construction and the huge space it provided inside for things like – livestock, grain, any and all size of vehicles and equipment. It continues to be the choice for all of these practical uses as well as creative designs for homes and offices.

Typical Uses Include:

  • Riding Arenas
  • Indoor Swimming Pools
  • Pool Halls
  • Skating and Hockey Arenas
  • Soccer Arenas
  • Barns
  • Airplane Hangars
  • Livestock, Grain and Crop Storage
  • Equipment Maintenance and Repair Shops