Your Steel Building Specialist
When will my steel building arrive?
During typical production cycles, your steel building takes 6 - 8 weeks to get through the engineering and production cycle. In the first couple of weeks the engineers and detailers work on the specifics of your buildings. When done, they send out a set of "permit drawings". The plant then purchases the steel for your building and begins to schedule your building for production. As production progresses, we coordinated delivery between plant and you.
All of this is based on normal production volume. As the plants get busier, engineering takes longer and production gets pushed out. During these times, it can take up to 12-14 weeks for your steel building to arrive.
We often get asked if there is anything we can do to get a quicker delivery. It is sometimes possible depending on how the jobs in front of you are lining up. All we can do is ask the plant production manager to see if there is space in their schedule to squeeze a little time on a job. Sometimes we get the answer a customer want, other times the dates are not flexible.
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For more information and our glossary of steel building terms, go to our Steel Building Information page.
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