As it has continued to grow, local company LOOK Buildings has upgraded to a new location for the second time in its history, relocating to the old Producers Co-Op building on the Seventh Street and Silver Street intersection just east of Confluence Drive — 515 W. Seventh St.
With over 15 years of experience, respondent Dani Galley, bookkeeper and admin of LOOK Buildings, said the business initially started on Delta Main Street in a rented office space. As they grew, they moved to a larger office on Bluff Street.
“Then, when we saw the opportunity to buy our own facility here at the old Producers Co-Op, we did with the help of the [small business loan],” and bank assistance, according to Galley.
LOOK Buildings, according to Galley, still largely features Sturdi-Lok Walls, which are the company’s patented wall system, both of which started in Delta, developed by Brian Johnson and manufactured by Overholt Truss up until the purchase of the current property.
Now, at its new location, the patented wall system can be manufactured on-site, which allows “Overholt Truss to better utilize that space for further expansion of their truss business.”
According to Galley, LOOK Buildings offers full building kits for most types of buildings such as agricultural, residential and commercial.
“We can work with the do-it-yourselfer or with any contractor or can arrange for any or all of the labor as well,” Galley said. “The biggest selling point being the strength of the system and the speed with which they can be built on site. We do not offer portable buildings as part of our agreement with Delta Building Center.”
At its new location, LOOK Buildings is open for business.