Meta Steel Buildings uses steel frames with horizontal beams and vertical columns attached via bolts, screws, or rivets. Applied lateral to their axis, horizontal beams can withstand loads. Vertically oriented members are columns, which transfer compression loads.
Canadian Standard Association standards are followed when constructing, designing, and erecting structural steel framing. Construction of this type of building can be applied to industrial, high-rise, residential, and warehouse structures.
Building steel-framed buildings is similar to building wood-framed buildings. Generally, a head frame consists of interconnected members that can handle axial loads, shear loads, and bending moments. Construction of head frames on site using stick-built methods is gaining in popularity. Get a smooth home construction process with Meta Steel Buildings in Prince Edward Island.
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