10 Jan

Educational Buildings Made of Steel

Building a school is something that generally takes approval from a school board, a city council or a church council, so it’s not something that happens overnight. Making decisions on the size of the building, the number of classrooms it has, and whether there is a gymnasium or a lecture hall or a chapel is something that needs to be decided before any plans can be drawn up. And if the building committee is up to date on the latest steel building trends, they’ll probably want to take a look at educational buildings made of steel from Universal Steel.

In case you think you’ve never seen educational buildings made of steel, think again. You probably just don’t recognize them because they’re not just made of steel. Metal buildings can have all types of other materials on them, including brick or stone or stucco or siding, or just about any other material you want that will make your school building look great.

If you’re building in a climate where you want windows that open, we can include them in your steel building plans. If you’re building in an area where you don’t want the windows to open, we can still draw them into the plans and include skylights in your plans for you too. If you need double doors in several spots, we can build those into your plans for you. And if you’ve seen a building you want us to duplicate, just let us know and we’ll draw up those plans for you.

If you’re worried about the budget for your educational buildings made of steel, talk with the exceptional staff at Universal Steel and we’ll make sure we keep your metal building plans within the set budget for you. Of course, building it with your own team is one of the best ways to save money on building expenses. Give us a call at Universal Steel at 770-449-6588 if you’re local or 800-993-4660 and we’ll help you get the metal school building that fits your needs.

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