General Steel has become one of the most recognized leaders in the international steel building industry. Residents and businesses in the state of Wisconsin look to General Steel for their solutions to their steel building requirements.
Wisconsin is a leading state in the production of milk and cheese. General Steel specializes in agricultural buildings specifically designed for their end use. General Steel supplies premium quality barns, riding arenas, heavy equipment storage facilities and any other agrarian use. All General Steel buildings feature rigid I-Beam construction along with heavy-duty 26 gauge steel. General Steel does not supply flimsy metal “economy” buildings. All General Steel buildings come with a limited 50 year warranty.
Some of the chief industrial products manufactured in Wisconsin include automobiles, machinery, furniture, paper, and beer. If you are an owner or investor and are looking to build a new manufacturing facility then consider the advantages of a steel building supplied by General Steel. All General Steel buildings feature clear-span construction of up to 300 feet with unlimited length capabilities. The column-free interiors are perfect for almost any production layout requirements in addition to offices, storage space, and loading areas. So whether you are planning a new paper processing facility in Green Bay or a print production factory in Sussex , General Steel is the company of choice for a broad range of steel building designs and applications.
General Steel buildings are some of the most cost-efficient structures on the market today. All General Steel buildings are pre-engineered at the factory and are pre-welded, pre-cut, and pre-drilled prior to shipment. This can help reduce on-site labor costs. In fact, a General Steel building can save you time and money compared to similar sized conventional buildings.
General Steel buildings are pre-engineered at the factory to meet or exceed the codes and loads of your building department’s requirements. So whether you need a building to withstand the winds of Kewaunee county or the occasional heavy snows of Adams county, then a steel building from General Steel will be designed and engineered to be resilient to the elements wherever you live in the “ Badger State ”.
General Steel assigns a project coordinator (a single person of reference at our corporate office) to help with the design and rigging of every steel building to be shipped to Wisconsin . This service is provided at no additional charge to our direct customers in Wisconsin . Your project coordinator can answer any questions you may have and communicate with your architect or general contractor if you so desire.
You can find out more about the benefits of investing in a General Steel building for your next project in Wisconsin by visiting our website at www.gensteel.com.