Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings
A conventional commercial or industrial steel building consists of individually designed rolled steel sections that crews fabricate at the site by welding and cutting the material. This process requires a lot of time — it often takes up to six months from the finalization of the drawings to complete the project.
Many building owners and facility managers choose pre-engineered metal buildings as a faster, more cost-effective alternative. These structures consist of prefabricated beams and columns that the manufacturer produces in a controlled factory environment and ship directly to the site for final assembly. It’s possible to finish construction in just a few weeks after the drawing approval.
Besides the significant time-savings, this method can offer additional advantages such as lower costs, more expansion capability, increased quality control and fewer maintenance issues.