In February of 2016, Armstrong Steel designed, engineered and manufactured a 68,000 square foot, multi-level rigid frame steel building for Overdrive Raceway in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It’s quite the unique building; in fact, it’s the first two-story indoor go-kart track in the United States.
"I'm in the aviation industry and my dad's worked with metal buildings for over twenty years. We love our Armstrong Steel Building. Armstrong wasn't the cheapest but, bottom line, YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! Going with the cheapest always winds up costing more in the long run. I'm glad I chose Armstrong Steel and that's why I insisted my friend Martin, who owns a flight academy [Cobra Kai], call them for his hangar too," says Brian Moore of Moore Aviation.
Kenny H. of Chambersburg, PA was like many red-blooded Americans, spending many years in the construction field building homes. But Kenny’s true passion was off-roading, especially in his Jeep Wrangler. Still, he found that many of the parts he wanted to insert into his Wrangler were poor quality, so he quickly began fashioning his own parts in his parents garage. It didn’t take long until friends and family members started asking Kenny to make custom parts for their vehicles. Quickly, River Raiders Off Road was born.