Metal Factory Building
A factory building is an industrial metal building where products are manufactured. Every manufacturer has a unique set of requirements according to use. We tailor your steel building to meet those requirements from industry-specific equipment to efficient functionality.
What is a Factory Building?
A factory, production plant, or a manufacturing plant is an industrial site where products are created. Usually, a factory is one complex that consists of several buildings filled with necessary machinery. The order and size of each building reflects the requirements for each stage of manufacturing. Though, it is not necessary -and usually less expensive- to have a single building with streamlined interior processes.
Steel factory buildings are usually more affordable than any other construction method, costing between $5-$25 or more a square foot for the steel only, depending on design and local building codes. They are made-to-order out of 55% recycled steel in a specialized process meant to preserve the integrity of your manufacturing plant for decades. Pre-engineered plants are constructed an average of 30% faster than traditional construction with near-0% construction site waste, saving you money and time. Steel also has the highest weight-to-strength ratio of any building material available, meaning you need to buy less of it (by weight) than other materials. The durability of steel is also way better than the other building materials, so when we compare the life span, it is a wise long-term investment.
- Width – A clearspan building-one without interior columns-can be up to 300 feet wide. Using interior support columns is usually more cost effective for any width over 100 feet.
- Length – Your factory building can be infinitely long.
- Height – Your manufacturing plant building can be over 100 feet high, though it usually requires special pricing.
We at Strong Building Systems take pride in being able to provide our customers with what they require. Customers can integrate mezzanine floors, indoor crane systems, roller doors, skylights, access doors windows, and extensions.