New Mexico, because of its western location and arid land, was one of the later states to join The Union, ranked 47th in overall admission in 1912. With a high level of Native American and Spanish descendants calling the multifaceted landscape home, New Mexico is a versatile throw back to its early American heritage, which is evident in the tourism frequency the state enjoys. In 2006 alone, the Tourism Department estimated the travel industry generated expenditures of $6.7 billion.
When the New Mexicans are not enjoying employment in the travel and tourism industries, it is estimated that one in four workers are employed by the Federal Government. This employment evolves mostly around the three Air Force bases, the testing range and the proving grounds that New Mexico lays claim to. In addition, there are two national laboratories within the state lines that serve as technology labs for government research, development and testing.
New Mexico claims the third overall position for the amount of crude oil and natural gas produced in the United States, providing a hefty revenue source of over eight billion dollars per year. Although their land is used for the resources that lie within it, millions of acres of the overall landscape are protected as national forests. These forests protect the natural trees, plants and flowers that grow wildly in the woods, as well as the animal life that makes their homes in the areas. These animals include cougars, coyotes, black bears, skunks, wolves, bison, bighorn sheep, elk and deer, to name a few.
Summer months can bring temperatures above one hundred degrees in the summer, which can be brutal for unprotected vehicles and personal belongings. In complete contrast, the desert areas can drop into the mid-teens overnight, making a startling shift in a twelve hour period. New Mexico carports help protect vehicles, ATVs, and motorcycles from the heat and sand storms that frequent the area. Likewise, New Mexico steel buildings provide protected space for manufacturing equipment and testing supplies, keeping them safe from the sun, wind, and sudden changes in temperatures, no matter which part of the state they are erected in. The advantages of New Mexico metal buildings are numerous for western regions, including:• Personal & Asset Protection from Wildlife Animals• Food, Water and Generator Stockpiling Opportunities• Car, Truck, RV & Motorcycle Storage• Extended Entertainment Room for Social Events• Souvenir Storage & Protection• Designated Experimental & Exploration Housing• Protection from the Heat During the Day & the Cold Temperatures at Night• Security for Hiking, Fishing and Camping Gear• Safely Store Horse Riding Gear, Hay & Feed
Enjoying the beauty of a western land becomes second nature when you have the privacy, protection and security of New Mexico steel buildings on your side. Consider storing your belongings safely, in the same designated area to maximum you overall enjoyment of the region. Simply measure the area you have available for a structure to help you determine if a steel garage or one of the larger US steel buildings will accommodate your personal or business needs.
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