Winery Steel Buildings

Nunno Steel has had the privilege of working with some of the finest wineries on the central coast. Through this relationship built on trust and respect, some incredible buildings have been constructed. Buildings that have the strength, durability and efficiency that is expected of a Nunno steel building while maintaining the elegance, style and functionality necessary for wineries.

At Nunno Steel we understand our responsibility is to provide a beautiful, quality steel building that will have lasting value. We offer assistance with the often frustrating planning and permitting process. Our in –house engineering team provides the flexibility to design a building to your exact specifications, or choose from our cost effective express building line.

All our buildings, including general aviation, corporate aircraft hangers, farm, agriculture, ranch, winery and commercial buildings, features fully painted structural steel trim elements that fit properly and durable Galvalume coated steel siding.

Our steel buildings are expertly constructed in a timely manner from 100% steel, meeting many important industry standards including those of the Americans Welding Society (AWS), American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), International Building Code (IBC), and are completely pre-manufactured with complete erection plans. This unique ability shortens the constructing time and eliminates costly in field fabrication. Making a Nunno steel building the most durable steel building you can buy.

Lock Vineyards

This 3,600 sq. ft. building features a large overhang, corten siding, with a fully sheeted soffit.
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Linne Calado

This 1,584 sq. ft building features corten siding and a 4 : 12 roof slope with an 18 foot overhang.
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Mondo Cellars

This 3,200 sq. ft. is one of our standard building designs and features pressure treated furring and welded wire mesh trellis for espalier plant growth.
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Wild Coyote

This 2,800 sq. ft. building features an asymmetrical roof line, a large overhang with one large roll up door and two large wooden doors.
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Turley

This 4,200 sq. ft. building features corten steel siding with a 10 : 12 on top of a 5 : 12 compound roof slope. It has a mezzanine as well as three large roll up doors.
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Peachy Canyon

This building was designed as a large scale wine production facility.
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