Steel Building Systems, Inc
Which of the following do you think is the correct pre-engineered buildings definition?
• A cost-efficient alternative building system to conventional construction
• A steel building designed for the most efficient use of raw materials
• A structural system generally including steel framing, roofing, and wall cladding
• A structure built on site using prefabricated components
• A simplified, streamlined building system designed for quick construction
A pre-engineered metal building, often called a PEMB, creates a strong, durable, economical structure. The versatility of PEMBs make them popular building solutions for commercial enterprises, industrial structures, and even individual use buildings.
Creation of a pre-engineered metal building follows a logical progression.
The customer contacts a RHINO steel building specialist with the pre-engineered metal building details, such as size, location, building use, special equipment loads, options, accessories, and time frame.
The customer contacts a RHINO steel building specialist with the details, such as size, location, building use, special equipment loads, options, accessories, and time frame.
Based on the customer-supplied details, computer-aided design software creates working plans. Local building codes, equipment loads, and other detailed criteria are fed into sophisticated steel engineering programs.
Every order includes an anchor bolt plan, plus three full sets of plans stamped by an engineer licensed for that state or province and a Letter of Certification. (This documentation makes getting building permits much easier.)
Drawings detailing the manufacturing of every piece of the framing arrive at the manufacturing plant. Each individual component of the framing is precision cut, shaped, welded, drilled, and marked per the exacting specifications in the drawings.
PEMBs offer single-source shipment of the entire building envelope and accessories. All the framing pieces and accessories ship together, arriving at the job site on a pre-determined schedule.
Step-by-step instruction in the accompanying framing manual and construction DVD make assembling a PEMB fast and simple. Typically, a pre-engineered steel building goes up in two-thirds the time of other labor-intensive construction methods.
Detailed drawings denote the exact location of every piece of the framing puzzle. It is just a matter of installing the pre-marked pieces in the locations indicated on the drawings. Structural members bolt together easily.
PEMBs beat all other low-rise building systems on practicality, price, and performance.
Speak to an experienced and helpful RHINO metal building specialist today about pre-engineered metal building details. Learn why so many our customers return to RHINO for more steel buildings— and happily refer their friends and family to RHINO, too.