Case Study, Roofing Repair

roofsnow-003 (1)Anywhere snow can drift and accumulate, or ice can form and build-up – such as at roof steps, behind parapet walls, in valleys, etc – can become problematic during winter months.  Here is a Galbraith Pre-Design Inc customer who has several roof steps between flat rubber roofs which regularly drift Read More

Case Study, Roofing Repair

KIMG0022This is a project in progress for the McClure’s Gap Church of God.  Galbraith Pre-Design, Inc. was awarded the design/build contract to construct their new social hall.

KIMG0019The front and entry are split-face block, and the sides and rear are steel siding.

KIMG0023Here is the main hall, which consists of Read More

Case Study, General Contracting

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Stormwater management regulations continue to become more strict.  If there are space limitations on a property, and no room for a detention “pond”, then an owner has no choice but to install underground water detention.

Here, a large “hole” is excavated, wrapped in filter fabric, and filled with clean stone Read More

Case Study, Medical

Here, we are framing walls in another medical facility which we constructed.  Galbraith Pre-Design, Inc is experienced in designing and building medical suites with special features such as curved bulk heads and tray ceilings.  Hospital executives and physicians appreciate our design ideas and attention to detail.

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Case Study, Roofing Repair

Picture 008This is an example of the difference between an aging metal roof, and a new re-roof completed by Galbraith Pre-Design, Inc.

Replacing an aging metal roof by covering it with rubber is a Band-Aid solution.  Inexpensive, yes.  But replacing an aging roof with another metal roof, or retrofitting a new Read More

Case Study, General Contracting

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Here at Galbraith Pre-Design, Inc., we love steel buildings.  Whether pre-engineered, conventional, or a combination of both, we erect our steel buildings using our own crews.  Using our own manpower means we have complete control of scheduling, quality, and safety.. Read More