16 May

Modern Steel Buildings

When you think of steel buildings you may be thinking of the old buildings that have been around for many years, the ones put up during World War II for manufacturing plants. You’ve probably seen them as you’ve driven around the country. These old metal buildings pretty much had the same look. They were very plain and ordinary, with maybe some high windows to let the light in, but nothing that could be called architectural quality. Those old steel buildings are nothing like the modern steel buildings you can order from Universal Steel.

The modern steel buildings that are designed these days can be as unique as snowflakes. They no longer have the look of a steel warehouse or factory like the old steel buildings. These modern designs can now be created using computer software that can add virtually any design element you want. For example, you don’t need to have walls that are all the same height, and you don’t need to have a flat roof. If you want a metal building with all kinds of twists and turns and angles, just let the design team at Universal Steel know what you want, and we’ll get to work designing it for you.

Another thing to keep in mind when you’re designing a unique metal building is the fact that you can have windows with different shapes and even skylights in the roof to give you more light where you need it. Whether you want your modern steel buildings finished with siding or brick or special stone work, that’s no problem to add into your design. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination when it comes to designing a modern sculpted building in steel. So give the team at Universal Steel a call at 770-449-6588 in the beautiful state of Georgia, or call us toll free at 800-993-4660, and we’ll be happy to help you create the unique building of your dreams.

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