Pre Engineered Steel Structure (P.E.B)

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The pre-engineered building system is, without doubt, one of the fastest growing building systems in the world. For today and in the future, Steel has become the material of choice in building construction, compared to concrete and timber. Thus steel building designs have become more flexible and durable.

We offer single-source solutions for any building need, working with you to create a customized structure perfectly suited to your needs. From initial design work to on-site supervision to final erection, experienced designers, engineers, co-ordinators and project managers will ensure your project runs smoothly.

With a pre-engineered building solution, your facilities are ready for use quickly and within your budget. Pre-Engineered steel structure built over a structural concept of primary members (frames), secondary members(roof purlins & wall girts), and outer cladding. The structural members are custom designed to be lighter in weight as well as high in strength.

Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings can be fitted with different structural additions like jack beams, mezzanine systems, crane systems,roof monitors, roof extensions and canopies, fascia’s, interior partitions and roof platforms as per user requirements.

Primary Framing System :

The primary framing structure of a pre-engineered building is an assembly of I-shaped members, often referred as In PEB, I section beams used are usually formed by welding steel plates together to form an I section. I section beams are then field-assembled (e.g. bolted connections) to form the entire frame of the pre-engineered building.

The primary frame geometry matches the shape of the internal stress (bending moment) diagram thus optimizing material usage and reducing the total weight of the structure.

Mezzanine Systems :

In architecture, a mezzanine is an intermediate floor between main floors of a building. The mezzanine floor often projects itself from the walls and does not completely close the view of the ceiling from the floor immediately below. In short, a mezzanine floor and the floor below it share the same ceiling. In industrial applications, mezzanine floor systems are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings, built between two permanent original stories. These structures are usually free standing and in most cases can be dismantled and relocated.

Price Range : Depends on the Height, Width and Specification the rates will change.