New Building Construction Methods – The Benefits of Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings
One of the most popular new forms of commercial construction is the Pre-Engineered Metal Building (PEMB). PEMB construction offers significant benefits over more typical construction methods, with the biggest being reduced costs and time.
Donald Rushing Construction Company is one of the Southeast’s top choices for Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings. Thanks to the many benefits of these systems, we’re seeing increased interest in them, so we wanted to briefly cover their construction and benefits.
What Makes a Pre-Engineered Metal Building?
The most common factor in PEMBs is the use of established systems to speed up both the design and construction. In most cases, a standardized set of building materials and components are used. This makes architectural design as simple as possible, while also reducing material costs through bulk purchases of the standardized items.
In addition, as much building work as possible is done prior to arrival on the construction site. Auto-welders and similar systems pre-construct elements of the building. When these pieces are transported to the site, they can then be erected and assembled in a minimum amount of time while still ensuring top reliability for the finalized building.
What Are the Benefits of Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings?
Between the time and material savings, a PEMB will almost always be substantially less expensive than a building made through more traditional methods.
In many cases, a PEMB can go from blueprints to reality in only a few weeks. It’s an excellent option for businesses looking to expand, add warehouse space, or to otherwise quickly increase their footprint.
The use of standardized components doesn’t limit what a PEMB can do.
Donald Rushing Construction Company uses high-grade materials chosen for their longevity and durability, even under challenging weather conditions. A PEMB from us will generally require far less maintenance than buildings made of other materials.
Nearly everything that goes into our PEMBs is either recycled or at least recyclable. If desired, we can work with you to meet specific green/sustainability goals for certifications or tax credits.