Why Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings?
When selecting prefabricated buildings for a project, the project architect accepts the inherent conditions provided by the manufacturer’s product in terms of materials, colors, structural forms, dimensional modularity, etc. Instead of using rolled steel, which is often required, a pre-designed building can be designed and commissioned before the building is built when it is completed. To accurately design prefabricated buildings, engineers take into account free spacing between support points, spacing between spans, roof spacing, moving loads, dead loads, accompanying loads, wind lift, deflection criteria, internal crane systems, and maximum physical and Elements made by weight. Pre-calculated dimensions for each individual component are used to develop accurate designs and measurements.