13 Apr

Steel School Buildings

If you’re on the building committee to help your child’s school expand, you’ll want to recommend that the committee should take a look at steel school buildings by Universal Steel. No matter where you live in this great country, you need to know that steel buildings are not only sturdier than buildings with wooden frames, but they are environmentally friendly as well.

Now just because steel school buildings are framed in steel, it doesn’t mean you can’t have them finished with all the design features you want. For example, if you want a school that has tons of windows or even skylights in the classrooms, we can incorporate that into the plan for you. If you prefer to have a brick finish on most of the building and a stone facing on the front, we can put that in the plans for you too. If you need a school for children or adults with special needs, we can include ramps in the plans and special stalls in the restrooms that can accommodate wheelchairs or walkers. Whatever your needs might be, just let us know and we’ll give you a design plan for your new school that will knock your socks off.

And when it comes to constructing steel school buildings, we can create a building plan that will be so easy to follow, even the school children could follow it! And just imagine how much money you could save by having all the parents come out and help you construct the new school. How much community pride would that bring if the residents of your town helped construct a new school? It’s done by parochial schools and churches all the time. Why not start a new trend in your community and bring the parents together to really help build a new school? Whatever you decide to do, you can count on the design team at 770-449-6588 in Georgia or at 800-993-4660 from anywhere in the country.

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