Metal building systems for medical transport facility in Wisconsin

Flight For Life is a regional air transport medical service, owned by the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, with a new 22,720-sf headquarters at the Waukesha County (Wis.) Airport.

Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, with a new 22,720-sf headquarters at the Waukesha County (Wis.) Airport. Built by Anderson-Ashton Inc., a Butler Builder in New Berlin, Wis., the facility features customized metal building solutions for spaces such as interior offices and a hangar for medical helicopters. Solutions provided include the Widespan structural system, low-maintenance MR-24 roof system, TextureWall wall system, and Shadowall wall panels.

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