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What is a Pre-Engineered Building?
A pre-engineered metal building (or PEMB for short) is a building system where many of the components and designs have been engineered to reduce cost and waste while maintaining quality and functionality. The specifics of the design of your building based on your specific location dictate the thickness and size of the structural items used to support your building. All of these calculations translate into specific instructions for the plant to use in producing the many components that make up the building such as the I-beams creating the primary support structure as well as the secondary C and Z girts and purlins. It also allows the production plant to create consistent components that are pre-cut, pre-punched and pre-fabricated to fit each buildings design specs. Waste is kept to a minimum as the plant can cut material at the exact dimensions needed per the plans. This pre-engineering means that your building will be assembled with minimal waste compared to traditional construction methods like wood framed buildings.
Does this mean that you are constrained to certain sizes? Not at all. In fact, the pre-engineering makes it easier to get the specific size building you need. There are also many ways to customize your steel building. We can help guide you to value engineer your design while getting a high quality and durable steel building.
- Pre-cut, Pre-punched, and Pre-fabricated components equates to less waste in material.
- Construction times can be greatly reduced compaired to other conventional methods. The bolt together design along with the pre-fabrication of most components allows for quick assembly.
- The design of a pre-engineered metal building provides you with flexibility in size and customization.
- Steel has proven to be a great alternative to wood framed buildings providing not only strength and longevity, but also reduced maintenance.
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