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Metal Buildings for Louisiana

Strong and Durable Louisiana Metal Buildings for the Pelican State Louisiana’s location on the Gulf of Mexico creates a subtropical climate that produces lush, green coastal bayous, full of wildlife— and gas and petroleum. Its location also makes Louisiana vulnerable to vicious thunderstorms and powerful hurricanes. Hurricane Katrina produced havoc and devastation across Louisiana and the Gulf Coast in August 2005, striking at the heart of New Orleans. Overall, the storm impacted over 90,000 square miles. Over 1,500 people in… Read More

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Metal Buildings in Missouri

Metal Buildings in Missouri for Tornadoes and Earthquakes in the 'Show Me' State From cotton fields and cornfields, to aerospace and automobile industries, Missouri embraces the best of rural and urban lifestyles. Unfortunately, as a part of the infamous Tornado Alley, Missouri has experienced some of the worst tornado disasters in U.S. history. A tornado hit St. Louis in 1896, killing 255. The Tri-State Tornado of 1925 shredded southern Missouri before cutting a swath of destruction across Illinois and Indiana,… Read More

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Metal Buildings in New Mexico

Affordable Metal Buildings in New Mexico, the ‘Land of Enchantment’ The gorgeous New Mexico landscape varies from arid flatlands, to thick forests wilderness, and soaring mountain peaks. New Mexico truly is a ‘Land of Enchantment.’ The lease populous state in the U.S., the state enjoys plenty of wide-open spaces; only 12 people per square mile inhabit New Mexico. Forests cover about 25% of New Mexico. The state lays claim to seven national forests, including the 3.3 million acre Gila National… Read More

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Metal Buildings for North Carolina

RHINO Steel Building Sales Take Flight in North Carolina In 1903, the Wright Brothers astounded the world with the first powered flight at Kill Devil Hill, near Kitty Hawk, NC. Over 100 years later, North Carolina still pursues innovations in flight. The state boasts over 180 aerospace, aviation, and defense companies. In 1902, the Orville and Wilbur Wright constructed a wooden building for their experimental glider in North Carolina. Returning from a trip a few months later, they found the… Read More

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Steel Buildings in Ohio

Metal Buildings for Ohio: The Most Bang for Buckeye Budget Although one of the smaller U.S. states in total area, Ohio ranks seventh in the country on total population. Over half the U.S. population lives within 500 miles of Columbus. Ohio’s mild, humid climate produces an excellent environment for crop growth. The state encompasses almost 74,000 farms. Indeed, one out of every seven people in Ohio works in agriculture. Yet almost 80% of Ohioans live in urban areas. Both urbanites… Read More

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Steel Buildings in Oklahoma

Faster Oklahoma Steel Building Method for the ‘Sooner” State On Aril 22, 1889, over 50,000 settlers raced forward to claim land in the great Oklahoma Land Rush. These homesteaders and farmers brought their hopes and dreams to a new land— a land now thriving with agriculture, commerce, and industry. Today Oklahoma is a land of contrasts. It contains four mountain ranges, prairie grasslands, farmlands, forests, and plains. Okies boldly step into the future— without losing sight of their proud heritage… Read More

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Metal Buildings in Texas

A Texas Steel Building Idea as Big as the Lone Star State Independent Texans have always displayed a streak of innovation. They welcome new ideas wholeheartedly— including developments made of steel— like metal buildings in Texas. Texans began increasing crop yields with steel plows in the late 1830s, built a steel suspension bridge across the Brazos River as early as 1870, led the charge to prefabricated steel barns following World War II, and pioneered the development of steel self-storage warehouses… Read More

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Steel Buildings in Canada

RHINO Steel Building Kits for Canada’s Challenging Climate Canadians require durable buildings that can take on the sometimes punishing climate. RHINO steel buildings in Canada battle the harshest weather problems. The U.S. and Canada share the longest border between any two countries in the world. Eighty percent of all Canadians live less than 160.9 kilometers (100 miles) from the U.S. border. Our two nations enjoy a history of mutual cooperation and profitable exporting and importing, including building supplies. RHINO steel buildings… Read More

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Metal Buildings in Mexico

RHINO Steel Buildings Go South of the Border in Mexico The structural strength, ease of construction, affordability, and durability of RHINO custom steel buildings in Mexico have earned a hearty welcome— especially in the growing commercial and industrial markets. In fact, one of RHINO’s largest industrial metal buildings shipped to Mexico last year. Delivered on a caravan of 30 semi-trailers, the whopping 255’ x 500’ x 42’ (77.7 m. x 152.4 m. x 12.8 m.) mammoth structure included 400 skylights and… Read More

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Steel Buildings in North America

RHINO North American Steel Buildings Ship Across The Continent Whether you are in Alaska or Florida, Maine or Hawaii, Canada or Mexico, RHINO is ready to assist you with your low-rise metal buildings. We have delivered thousands of high-quality, competitively-priced, prefabricated American steel buildings to every state in the U.S. and to both Canada and Mexico. Test our North America Metal Buildings We have built out company and reputation one structure at a time. We believe success in our industry is… Read More

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