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Your building is important to us—and you are too  

Owner Kevin Miller and his talented, dedicated team are going to work their tails off to deliver your dream building, no matter what it takes. With 26 years of experience, they know how to do it. With Custom Structures, no one customer is more important than another; your needs are a priority for us no matter the size of the project. We pride ourselves on providing strength in our buildings: strength in planning, engineering, design and customer satisfaction.

We’re excited to serve the counties in Illinois including Morgan, Cass, Menard, Sangamon, Macoupin, Macon, Pike, Mason and Logan for all of your building needs.

Building & Construction Financing Available

Get affordable payment options from multiple lenders

Get affordable payment options from multiple lenders

Meet the team

Kevin Miller Owner/Sales

Kevin Miller

Jamie Gilbert Supervisor/Estimator

Jamie Gilbert

Terrie Loughary Office Manager

Terrie Loughary
Office Manager

Teri Tippey Web Designer

Teri Tippey
Web Designer

The Custom Structures Building Crew

Work crew (left to right): Jamie, Dean, Roy, Chad, Charlie, Chris and Kevin

"From start to finish my building project went better than I could have imagined. Bill and the crew did an outstanding job - the building went up fast, but they paid attention to details. I would not hesitate to build another building with Wick again."

- Dean Collette

Commercial Warehouse Building

Quality Building Materials, Always

The strength of the structure starts with its foundation, which in the case of a post-frame building are the laminated columns. The columns carry the weight of the building, providing the “legs” that support and stabilize everything above ground.

Like most building materials, laminated wood columns come in different strengths. It’s important to understand that size alone doesn’t measure the strength of a column; there are several factors involved:

  • type of lumber used (visual grades or machine graded)
  • method of laminating the column (stitched or glued)
  • stitching (and plating) pattern for lamination

Wick uses only machine stress rated (MSR) lumber that meets a minimum strength requirement for all column lumber material, both in-ground treated and above ground untreated. Wick also utilizes an optimal stitching pattern with a 4 foot overlap and plates when splicing long columns. This construction method, when combined with the machine graded lumber, results in columns that are at least 75% stronger than columns utilizing #1 or #2 visually graded lumber.

Ag Workshop Pole Barn

We uses only machine stress rated (MSR) lumber that meets a minimum strength

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Reliable, high-quality lumber

Wick uses only machine graded or machine evaluated lumber for all structural components such as truss members, columns, girts and purlins.

In addition to the visual benefits of cleaner lumber with less bark and knots, it's at least 15% stronger than regular lumber so you'll see less maintenance down the road.



High Quality Building Materials and Lumber