Why Build with Steel?

There are many reasons to use steel in your building projects

Beautiful and strong with more flexibility in design

Steel frames will not warp or settle like wood frames:steel frames stay straight and true preventing air leaks and costly energy loss

Steel is stronger than wood and You won’t have to worry about twisting, splitting, warping or settling. And because we don’t place any wood in the ground, neither termites nor dry rot are a concern. In addition, we can span greater distances between trusses to accommodate wider overhead doors in the sidewalls.

Fast, efficient and adaptable

Steel framing allows for fast, firm construction timetables.  Steel buildings take an average of 1/3 less time to erect than other types of construction.

Freedom of floor plan and architectural style is practically unlimited

Adaptable and accessible

Steel framing is very competitive on price, particularly when you consider its quality. A steel frame gives value for money. It is a premium quality product that sets the benchmark. Steel has many advantages over timber, even the best quality timber. The fact is that discerning buyers are increasingly demanding steel frames.

More open space due to less columns and less material when constructing with steel


Steel is %100 recyclable and all steel buildings are made with a minimum of 25% recycled steel.

Increased resistance

Steel is more resistant to fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and other disasters

It’s termite proof

Lighter and less impacting on the environment

Steel frames are light weight and extremely strong.  Their strength to weight ratio is the highest of any material.

Steel possesses the highest strength to weight ratio of any building material being utilized today. It remains one of the strongest, most durable and economically manufactured materials.