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Facility Builders & Erectors

June 22, 2013 | Comments: 0

Steel Building Construction

Steel building construction is a smart way to save money on new buildings. In addition to reducing material and labor costs, steel structures can further benefit the owner by making use of renewable energy sources such as solar panels.

Less manpower and equipment is required with steel building construction due to the fact that structures are pre engineered at a factory.

Once the building is prefabricated, it is packaged and shipped to the construction site. From there, metal building erectors using skills and tools unique for erecting the frames, wall panels, insulation and installing doors, windows, and trims.

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Facility Builders & Erectors

November 07, 2012 | Comments: 0

Construction Management Services

Construction management encompasses all facets of building projects from start to finish. Tasks include acquiring design blueprints; preparing a budget; hiring subcontractors; obtaining insurance policies and building permits; and supervising the entire project.

Construction management coordinators work closely with everyone involved in the project. This might include design engineers, architects, subcontractors, carpenters, stonemasons, and other specialty tradesmen, as well as city council members or local bureaucrats.

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Facility Builders & Erectors

October 17, 2012 | Comments: 0

Steel Buildings Structures

Steel buildings have grown in popularity because of their durability and sustainability. The majority of these metal structures are produced from recycled steel, thus reducing the overall material costs. Better yet, most of the building materials can be recycled again at the end of the building's life cycle.

There are many uses for steel buildings. They are the top choice for aviation and aerospace facilities, industrial warehouses, manufacturing plants, and agriculture. Other uses include commercial buildings, churches, institutional, and self storage units. Metal buildings are also becoming more popular for use as residential housing.


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