Million Dollar Club

Petro Construction is a member of the Million Dollar Club, having purchased over that amount of metal buildings from American Buildings Company.

President's Council

Don Petro, owner of Petro Construction, was appointed to the President's Council of American Buildings Company to assist and advise methods of providing complete client satisfaction, before, during, and after construction.

Metal Archetecture
Design Awards 1998
Honorable Mention

Click here to view the entire article published in Metal Architecture in August 1998.

The Business Park-1995 Building design award for Service Control Inc.

This project is a 7,500 square foot building that consists of 5000 square feet of warehouse and 2,500 square feet of offices. This building is in a metal building industrial park in Yreka, California. A beautiful location in northern California.

The Business Park consists of Offices, Warehouses, Manufacturing, Storage, and Mini-Storage buildings, set within ten acres of buildings in the Yreka buisness area.

Architectural Record

Click here to view "Pioneer Sprit" published in Architectural Record in April 1992 which showcases a unique home which we constructed.

Office building-1991 Building design award for "West Coast Online" offices.

This two story building is one of a very few "TRUE" two story metal buildings north of the Golden Gate in California.

The second floor is supported off the rigid frames by steel beams, a 1/12 pitch roof is hidden by a parapit that surrounds the roof line. The exterior walls are insulated panels with a stucco-like finish, and the recessed windows serve the function of excluding unwanted sunlight and providing small enclosures for the utilities and storage rooms. Of course the roof is a longspan steel roof system.

Industrial Park-1982 Building design award for Gateway Industries.

This metal building is unique in that it has a simple design, that consists of single slope roofs, walls that slope, and other walls that seem to slope but only have a endwall that slopes. The other feature is that the window walls and entrys are recessed with a sloped line that carries thruout the building.