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HEAVY DUTY BUILDINGS FOR INDUSTRY





Steel structure industrial buildings are used in many types of buildings:

 Aircraft hangars

 Equipment storage

 Online fulfilment centres

 Industrial parks

 Industrial warehouse buildings

 Manufacturing facilities

 Meat packing plants

 Oil and gas buildings

 Processing plants

 Recycling centres

 Sawmills and lumber yards

 Truck terminals

 Welding shops



They maybe rigid-framed but they can also be customised to fit any requirements for a particular industry.


SPEED




Steel structures can be assembled quickly. The prefabricated components allow for a much faster building construction cycle.



The steel framing members are cut, welded, drilled, painted, and marked at the factory. The steel structures arrive ready to be bolted together.



Steel structures for a medium size building can be delivered in six to seven weeks from order placement. In fact, some standard models arrive in as little as four weeks.


COST EFFECTIVE

Steel structures are also more cost effective than other building methods. Also, they follow fabrication standards.


VARIABLE OPTIONS

Options like waterproofing, fireproofing, skylight, and insulation (for the office as an example) can be included.


Some may be compulsory like sprinkler systems. And some are specific to certain industries such as overhead cranes.



LONG LASTING

Steel structures are designed to stand strong and last long. They retain their strength and value decade after decade.


LOOKS GOOD

A steel structure industrial building can be both functional and attractive.



The steel panel exteriors come in an array of colours. If desired, they can be finished off with bricks, stones, stuccos or even glass.


CLEAR SPAN INTERIORS



The rigid steel framing is so strong it can span extreme distances without needing interior support columns. That allows building owners far greater flexibility and manoeuvrability.


MEZZANINE FLOOR FOR AN OFFICE

An optional steel mezzanine floors can be included to create second floor space.



Start right by engaging the right designer, fabricator and installer who listens to you needs, understands your industry needs and always ready to assist you with your project which is unique.


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