1 Jun

Steel Manufacturing Building

It’s a great feeling to know that your business is growing. With an economy that can be tough for businesses these days, needing more space for your manufacturing plant is a good problem to have. And when you talk to the expert design team at Universal Steel, you’ll find out just how much they can help you with all aspects of a new steel manufacturing building.

No matter where you are in the country, a steel manufacturing building is a good idea. Whether you use all steel for the construction or you choose to put a steel frame and brick or sided exterior, the strength you’ll have in the foundation will insure that you and your employees will be safe through just about any weather.

Whether you have a crew of builders who can put together a new building for you or you need to hire a local contractor to get your building done fast, our metal building design team will give you easy to follow instructions from the first bolt to the last bolt. The size of your metal manufacturing plant will obviously vary, depending on your lot size and the zoning situation in your area. When you work with our metal building design team, we’ll be sure the dimensions of your building comply with your local building codes. That’s just another good reason to trust Universal Steel with all your manufacturing building needs.

Depending on the size and type of your business, you’ll want to be sure to include enough rest rooms for all your employees. If you need showers for employees, be sure to let us know so we can include them in your plans too. Whatever you need for the type of manufacturing you do, just let our steel building design team know and we’ll be sure to incorporate it in your steel manufacturing building design for you. Give Universal Steel a call today at 800-993-4660 and we’ll give you ideas to help you plan your business expansion.

 

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