A detailed drawing depicting the anatomy of a steel frame structure, commonly found in modern metal buildings.


  • Steel Framing
  • Panels
  • Insulation
  • Accessories

Building Types​​

  • Aircraft Hangers
  • Storages
  • Churches
  • Solar Arrays
  • Barns
  • Carports
  • Storefronts
  • Parking covers
  • Garages
  • Barn dominium
  • Commercial
  • Agricultural​

Perhaps you are familiar with the terms “pre-engineered metal building” or “pre-fabricated steel building.” Pre-engineered metal buildings, often referred to as MBS (metal building systems), PMB, or PEMB (pre-engineered metal buildings), are designed with pre-defined sizes and loadings before any specific customer order.

The term “pre-engineered” stems from the fact that these metal building systems are readily available in standardized configurations, resembling kits that can be quickly ordered, delivered, and assembled on the customer’s site without the need for custom engineering. This streamlined process allows for efficient construction without compromising on quality or structural integrity.Nowadays, we employ advanced computer technology to tailor-design metal buildings according to each customer’s precise specifications and project location. So whether it’s labeled as pre-engineered or pre-fabricated, a steel building system encompasses structural steel, cladding components, and associated accessories, all professionally integrated to form a cohesive building system. 

An anatomy diagram of a steel building.
A detailed diagram illustrating the anatomy of a roof in metal buildings.

 The construction system relies on rigid frames or columns and beams as its main structural components. These metal building elements are fabricated in a controlled environment and then transported directly to the construction site, enabling quicker and more efficient assembly. Modern steel building systems have evolved significantly from their earlier versions.

With remarkable versatility, these buildings can be designed to incorporate various architectural finishes, making them suitable for diverse applications like churches, schools, shopping centers, office buildings, and more. Steel building systems offer a cost-effective and efficient solution for low-rise structures, catering to a wide range of purposes and presenting substantial cost advantages over many other building alternatives.