We design pre-engineered steel buildings,
and offer you a number of advantages over conventional construction
techniques. Steel buildings are inexpensive and incredibly tough. Our
bolt together design is assembled quickly without any specialized
skills. Each rigid frame is comprised of two or more columns supporting
a rafter across the width of the building. In most steel buildings, endwall bearing frames support one-half of the load of a rigid "main"
frame. In most situations, we utilize the more economical "bearing" end
Adding an expandable endwall or rigid
frame is only a click away. We allow you to choose the endwall condition
of your building. Depending on design considerations, our endwall
rafters and columns may be either hot-rolled or cold-formed.
The space between the rigid frames of a steel building is referred to as
a "bay". In the illustration bellow, an 80' long building has been
divided into four 20' bays by spacing the frames 20' apart (4x20'=80').
This configuration is described as "four bays at 20." A 100' building
could be configured with four bays at 25 (4x25'=100')
Additional Structural Design