SEHNERT SYSTEMS INC.
- PROJECTS -
Murdoch's Remodel - Riverton WY
Sehnert Systems Inc. did a total demolition of the Safeway building's interior. It was a rebuild per Murdoch's plans and specifications.
Flying Iron Crane
In December of 2017, Flying Iron Crane & Rigging placed a 20ft addition on top of the existing 100ft cell phone tower for SBA Communications Corporation in Riverton WY. Scott's Welding worked to weld the new addition to the existing tower.
Pony Expresso -
Complete design build as per Karlee Trees' wants and specifications.
Dubois Downtown Development
In July 2016 - January 2017, SSI did the design, build, and was the general contractor who rebuilt Main Street in Dubois WY, an authentic western resort town. The challenge was to rebuild and retain the 'old west' feel of this historic town after the unfortunate fire that caused a total loss. This is a pre-engineered metallic steel frame building with complete in-house engineering, drafting, and design. SSI worked with a list of sub-contractors to complete this extensive project. Some of those contractors included engineering by WJR Designs, City Plumbing, Precision Dirt Work, Delcon LLC, Shotcrete Construction, Absaroka Heating & Air, WYCO Services, Albright Sand & Gravel, Rocky Mountain Pre-Mix and a long list of others that helped make this project possible. This project was a 3 building design, building A is 21ft x 80ft, building B is 50ft x 50ft, and building C is 67ft x 74ft - making this project a total of 9,138 square feet.
Lander Community Center
In July 2013 - July 2014, SSI was the general contractor who rebuilt the Lander Community Center after the old community center unfortunately caught on fire. SSI worked with a list of sub-contractors to complete this extensive project. Some of those contractors included Alexandar construction, Delvin Hyatt masonry, Giddings construction, Hoffman electric, Samuelson painting, and many others who helped make the extensive task achievable. The building included an all steel center frame in which wood framing was based off of to complete this amazing building. Any special kind of construction you can think of went into this project. This project was a team effort, and an extensive one to complete this facility. The building itself is about 215'x155', which includes restrooms, a fully functional kitchen, conference rooms, and a large banquet/meeting hall.
Stotz John Deere Building
In July 2012 - March 2013 SSInc erected the massive 150'x200' steel building that is now Stotz Equipment. SSI erected this building for Furst Construction out of South Jordan Utah.
This building included offices, parts room, a break room, conference room, training room, tool room, and a passive shop space to repair farm equipment. Sehnert Systems INC. handled all steel associated segments of this build including installation of the double girder top running 10 ton crane.
Fremont County Fire Protection District
- Milford Wyoming
SSI designed and built this project with complete in-house drafting and design of a 118'x77' asymmetrical gable, clear span, Nucor steel building. This project is one of three fire halls where SSI has functioned as a design firm and construction management. SSI prepared complete bid documents including preliminary budgetary designs, plan sets, and specifications for all three fire hall projects. Sehnert Systems also served as the general contractor for this project which included building erection and exterior finish, interior framing, finishes, and installation of sectional doors and operators in drive-thru truck bays. This project featured a 9,086 sq/ft pre-engineered steel building with 7,469 sq/ft of truck parking bays and 1,617 sq/ft of interior finished area including a full service kitchen, restrooms, training area, and office space. The buildings also feature infrared heat and ventilation systems in the truck bays, a mezzanine for storage and mechanical systems, a 100kW three phase generator for emergency operations and a R-40 roof with R-25 wall thermal design and insulation system.
Bailey's Tire & Oil
- Riverton, WY
SSInc served as the project design firm, construction management, and general contractor on this three year expansion, renovation, and remodel project. This large fuel station and complete service center facility was the dream of Mike & Darren Bailey.
Initial planning and land acquisition started in 2005. Construction started in the spring of 2006. The first phase in this expansive project was the construction of a new 80' x 200' x 14' storage building. Over the summer of 2006, three existing buildings on site were disassembled, moved, re-erected and remodeled for use as
storage buildings. Site electric, sewer, and water services for a new 23,000 sq/ft Tire & Auto service building were also completed during the summer. Construction of the Tire & Auto building started in the fall of 2006. This 150' x 130' asymmetrical gable structure with a 50' x 60' attached building is a show piece for the Riverton area. It includes a state of the art security system, in-floor heat fueled with used oil, shop exhaust system, large over the road truck service bay, alignment bays, mezzanine tire
storage area, state of the art lubrication system, customer service counter area, showroom, adjacent training facility, and main offices. Upon completion of the new main facility we started at the 15,000 sq/ft remodel and renovation of the existing fuel and service station. The interior remodel incorporated an office space, cafe, and storage / bulk sales area. The exterior renovations included a new 200,000 gallon fuel storage and dispensing facility, renovation of existing fuel islands, additional diesel and fuel islands, parking and entrance areas, paving, curb, and gutter. After its completion in the spring of 2008, Bailey's Travel Center became the first full service truck stop of its kind in Fremont County. Sitting on 8 acres of land on Wyoming Highway 26/789. This modern facility includes a Pit Stop convenience store, the Speedway Cafe, point of sales for Bailey's Oil, Bailey's main offices, Western Wyoming Trucking, Bailey's Bulk Sales, and Baileys Tire & Auto.
In June of 2013 - August of 2013, SSI reroofed and built a new deck for the Eggleston residence. The project included removing the old roofing and a few broken sky lights. The skylights were then replaced, then a full 21' x 12' cover deck was built at elevation with treated steps and roof tied directly into the existing house roof. The deck was full wood construction with treated lumber set on poured concrete piers. The roof then was replaced with 29 gauge metal roofing on the house, garage, and new deck.
Cat Rentals Shop Addition
In May of 2013 through October 2013, SSInc designed plans, specifications, permitted, and built the new service center for Cat Rentals in the Riverton Wyoming yard. THe service center consisted of a new 60' x 100' Metallic steel building which tied into the north wall of the original building. The new building consisted of
offices, locker room, parts room, compressor room, lots of shop space, and a paint booth. This project was completed start to finish by Sehnert Systems INC. The building was a 24' tall clear span (no beams in the center) building to give Wyoming Rents as much usable space as possible to meet their needs, and included a double girder top running 10 ton crane.
In October of 2013, SSI designed and erected a custom 20' x 30' x 8' tall steel car port. The car port was designed in office and built with the SSI crew. The car port consisted of a roof clear span with four galvanized pillars.
Century Link Mt. Washburn
In August of 2014, SSI replaced the Kevlar fabric windows on the Century Link building underneath the visitor center on top of Mt. Washburn in Yellowstone National Park. The visitor center sits atop the 10,000 foot peak in the Washburn mountain range in Yellowstone. The view is impeccable, however, the wind is destructive. The material used was RAYDEL-M26 from Saint-Gobain performance plastics. This product is a special Kevlar fabric that transmits microwaves and can withstand wind speeds of up to 150 miles per hour with it's revolutionary technology. SSI showed their adaptability and their knowledge on this project by showing their ability to be able to work with any type of material in the industry.
CWC PBS Truck Storage Building
In July of 2011 through November 2011, SSI designed and built a 60' x 40' storage building for PBS on CWC's campus. All design was done in house by SSI and approved by Teton Engineers. The wood frame built building with metal siding was then erected by SSI. The building included bays to park trucks and a bathroom.