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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 steel buildings in Mexico have earned a hearty welcome— especially in the growing commercial and industrial markets.

Steel Buildings MexicoIn fact, one of RHINO’s largest building orders 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 a beautiful standing-seam steel roof.

Why are so many companies choosing RHINO’s prefabricated steel buildings in Mexico? The same reasons other perceptive North American companies prefer RHINO: the bottom line. RHINO’s steel buildings for Mexico are:

  • Designed specifically to the customer’s requirements and location building codes.
  • Competitively priced, with many value-added features included at no extra cost.
  • Easy to order, quickly delivered, and simple to erect with bolt-together framing.
  • Durable and low-maintenance, retaining their beauty and resale value for decades.
  • Affordable to operate and economical to heat and cool, with optional insulation.
  • Produced of recycled steel— and ready to be recycled again at the end of the building’s lifespan.
  • Resistant to termites, vermin, fire, lightning, and mold.

Strongest Protection of Mexico Steel Buildings from Earthquakes and Hurricanes

Hurricanes strike Mexico from both the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, often with devastating results. (Just recently, ‘twin’ storms— Tropical Storm Manuel and Hurricane Ingrid— socked a one-two punch into Mexico from both coasts, killing over 150 people.)

Hurricane Gilbert in 1988 struck the Yucatán as Category 5 monster with 185 m.p.h. (56.4 meters-per-hour) winds. Gilbert then slammed into northern Mexico as a Category 3 storm, leaving 200,000 people homeless.

RHINO metal buildings in Mexico meet all local building codes, including wind loads. Even higher-than-code loads are possible, by request, for even greater protection. Wind-resistant overhead doors are available, too.

In the last century, Mexico suffered many earthquakes measuring over 7.0 on the Richter Magnitude Scale. The 8.1 Mexico City earthquake in 1985 flattened buildings, leaving an unknown number between over 10,000 people dead and more than two million homeless.

RHINO structures contain built-in earthquake resistance. They not only meet the toughest local seismic requirements, but the connections themselves are designed to shift with the quake— without breaking under the strain which includes:

  • Pole Barns in Mexico
  • Steel Warehouses for Mexico
  • Steel Industrial Buildings in Mexico
  • Steel Church Buildings for Mexican
  • Mexico Steel Aircraft Hangars
  • Recreational Buildings for Mexico
  • Prefabricated Steel Buildings in Mexico
  • Metal Garages in Mexico
  • Mexico Metal Storage Buildings
  • Mexican Indoor Horse Arenas
  • Steel Commercial Buildings in Mexico
  • Agricultural Steel Buildings for Mexican
  • Metal Barns in Mexico

Agriculture, Aviation, Commerce, and Industry Metal Buildings for Mexico

Regardless of the project, versatile RHINO-tough steel buildings are the best choice.

Choose from a palette of colorful and durable steel exterior wall panels, roof panels, and trim— including energy-saving cool panels for those hot Mexican summers. Stucco, brick, tilt-up concrete, glass, wood, or other traditional building material may be used if required.

Please call our international number at 011.940.383.9566 to discuss your project and our product in detail.

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