In Saskatchewan, Meta Steel Buildings uses rectilinear steel frames composed of horizontal beams and vertical columns. When applied laterally, the beams can withstand loads. Compressive loads are transferred by the vertically placed members.
The Canadian Standard Association's applicable standards are followed in the fabrication, design, and installation of our structural steel framing. Buildings such as industrial complexes, high-rises, and warehouses can be constructed using this construction method.
Steel-head-framed buildings can be built using similar techniques to wood-framed structures. It consists of angled or straight members that are interconnected and capable of taking axial, shear, and bending loads. Adding life to a head frame construction using stick-built on-site methods is becoming more famous. Meta Steel Buildings can help you build your dream home in Saskatchewan.
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