Brown-McKee, Inc. owns the complete drawing archive for all buildings designed/fabricated by Muskogee Iron Works of Muskogee, OK. The Muskogee building can be found worldwide and date back to the early 1920s.
The typical Muskogee building has a hip roof with a 12:12 roof pitch supported by open web steel trusses and topped off with a conveyor gallery running the full length of the ridge line.
The side walls and end walls, varying from 12′ to over 20′ high, are made up of hot rolled channels, and covered with corrugated galvanized metal sheeting. Other key features of these buildings include aeration systems and belt conveyor trippers. The primary function for the Muskogee building was to store bulk commodities such as cotton seed, grain, corn, and meal.