Minnesota Uses General Steel Buildings


Many Minnesotans look to the recognized leader in the steel building industry when they are beginning a new project – General Steel. General Steel supplies heavy-duty and durable steel buildings internationally and can deliver a pre-engineered structure anywhere in the United States .

Minnesota ’s farms rank high in yields of corn, wheat, rye, and other staples. General Steel specializes in buildings for any type of agricultural application. If you are looking for all steel construction for your new barn, indoor or outdoor riding arena, or heavy equipment and commodity storage, consider the benefits of a building supplied by General Steel. General Steel agricultural buildings are pre-engineered at the factory and pre-cut, pre-drilled, and pre-welded to exact specifications prior to shipping. General Steel buildings can erect in half the time that more traditional structures require.

Minnesota ’s factories are a very important segment of the state’s economy and produce non-electrical machinery, fabricated metals, flour-mill products, and many other items. General Steel provides manufacturing and production facilities to many industries nationwide. All General Steel buildings feature rigid I-Beam construction and strong and durable 26 gauge steel. General Steel buildings offer clear-span construction of up to 300 feet in width with unlimited length capability. A General Steel manufacturing facility can be erected at a significant time and cost savings when compared to the costs of more conventional construction methods and materials.

General Steel buildings are pre-engineered at the factory to meet or exceed any local building codes and loads in Minnesota . So if you are concerned about the occasional heavy snows of Duluth and your new boat storage building, or the spring winds in Lincoln county for your new workshop, a General Steel building is engineered to be very resilient to the elements in your area.

Every General Steel building to be shipped to the state of Minnesota will have a project coordinator (a single person of reference at our corporate office) to help with the design and rigging of your steel building. Your project coordinator is assigned at no additional charge to answer any questions you may have about your building and can communicate with your architect or general contractor if you choose.

When looking in to the type of structure you will be using for your next building project in Minnesota look to all of the benefits that a General Steel building can provide by visiting our website at www.gensteel.com.

General Steel
10639 Bradford Road LittletonCO80127 USA 
 • (303) 904-4837
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