With the sale of over 75,000 buildings since its founding in 1954, Wick Buildings is one of the nation’s largest producers of post-frame buildings.
Wick buildings are wood-frame structures covered with steel panels and/or exterior materials such as brick, block and other types of siding and roofing materials. Working from our production facility in Mazomanie, Wisconsin, we provide the following services:
- Design and engineering
- Fabrication and shipping
Our buildings are constructed for a variety of uses, including:
- Homes and “shouses” (shop/shed house combinations)
- Sophisticated animal confinement systems
- Horse housing and training facilities
- On-farm storage buildings and workshops
- Suburban structures
- Municipal and church buildings
- Commercial, retail and light industrial buildings
How We Work
Depending on the project, we begin by manufacturing components at Wick’s production facilities.
We assemble clear-span trusses up to 100 feet in width, as well as some of the strongest columns in the industry. Clear-span trusses provide flexibility for the building design, as there are no interior load-bearing walls aside from where trusses are connected to exterior wall columns.
We also form siding, roofing, liners, and trim from the highest quality rolled steel.
These components, together with the necessary precut lumber, doors, windows, and a variety of other options, are loaded on semi trailers and delivered to the buyer’s site. They are then constructed into buildings on site by our company or local crews trained in the Wick building process.
What Sets Wick Apart?
From our design and engineering process, to our materials and crews, discover the Wick Buildings difference.
Wick Buildings is a privately held Wisconsin company founded in 1954 by John F. Wick.
Awards & Accolades
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