I -think- it's a tilt-up concrete building. I haven't yet seen the interior. I do need at least ONE door on the building that's wider than the ones pictured (there are only four 'man doors' on one side, and no other doors). tax roll says the building, outside, is 19 x 60 feet...
so, does anybody here recognize this bulding 'type' as being typically made by any one maker or contractor? it's in north central florida, and was built by some (now bankrupt) communications company for use as a fiber-optics switching station (is my present understanding, anyway).
what I'm *really* trying to determine is how difficult (and/or costly) it might end up being to cut a bigger opening in one of the wall panels (for a rollup door, or some similar).
biggest concern is trying to figure out what might be -inside- the concrete wall, in terms of steel reinforcement, or "stuff I'd have to cut through" to make a doorway wider (on one or both sides of it). it might be simpler (and less costly) just to remove and replace an entire panel...
thanks, I'm wide open for comments and suggestions here,
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