INDUSTRIES

AGRICULTURE /

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Buildings in the agricultural and food/beverage industry often require large clear spans for packing, sorting, washing, storing processing,

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AVIATION

Buildings in the aviation industry (typically hangars) are defined by their large clear spans and their large over-head door openings that are required to move airplanes into and out of the facility

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FORESTRY

The majority of forestry buildings are constructed out of pre-engineered steel due to its affordability and ability to clear large spans

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ENERGY

Buildings in the energy sector (mostly Hydro and Oil & Gas in Canada) are rugged buildings in remote locations that often require the support of multiple overhead cranes, process equipment, cable trays, interior floor steel, high collateral loads and extremely high snow loads. 

MINING

Buildings in the mining industry are sometimes very simple and sometimes very complex but are almost always very remote.

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MANUFACTURING & OFFICE

Buildings often require large clear spans for ease of manufacturing flow, access to process equipment, movement of material, etc as well as a design that accommodates overhead crane loads as well as multiple loading bays for the transport of product.

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SPORTS & REC

A sports arena building has one of the largest clear span requirements of any building. 

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WAREHOUSING & SELF-STORAGE

Warehouse buildings range from short to tall (depending on their specific racking requirements) with as large of a footprint as possible. 

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