This video gives a great overall outlook of how a metal building is erected or installed. Showing framing, purlins, girts, insulation, metal wall panels and metal roof panels, this video shows step by step how a metal building is put together. For more information on metal buildings, contact us at 204.725.3691.
Rigid Frame Columns – Girts - Rigid Frame Rafters - Cable Brace – Purlins - Eave Strut
Framed opening for roll-up doors - Endwall Column - Endwall Rafter - Wall Insulation
Metal Wall Panels - Roof Insulation - Metal Roof Panels – Trim - Complete metal building
Click on the picture below to see a Steel Building being erected.Read More
Does your Steel Building provider do This?
Purchasing steel or metal buildings should not be a nightmare. Do your homework before making any decisions regarding the specific company and products you need. Before placing your trust in any company behind your eventual purchase, they need to be vetted and validated. Here are a few considerations to account for prior to committing your trust in the Rigid steel building systems offered by kc&b.
- How long have they been in business? Rigid steel buildings was founded in 1990 by 2 engineers. It remains a privately held company and is one of the largest players in steel building manufacturing.
- What do they offer? Offering Pre-Engineered Steel buildings for any industry type, hybrid buildings, all metal building components including roof and wall panels, purlings and girts, cee’s, zee’s as well as a complete structural steel manufacturing capacity.
- Which industry do they service? Rigid metal buildings have solutions for all industry types including agricultural steel buildings,
Steel Agricultural Buildings
The needs of the agri business community are as varied as the people that have chosen that time honored tradition.
From structures that support wide open spaces to barns and storage for livestock to riding stables and more. The structures that support farm life need to be versatile, durable, low maintenance and make economic sense.
kc&b steel can supply whatever steel agricultural building is needed and configure it to meet your ongoing needs. The design of your new steel building can accommodate expected future needs and growth. No longer the tin buildings of an earlier era, todays steel building’s last a long time, are made of quality recycled products and healthy for the herd.
Keenly aware of and experienced with operational costs of a variety of structures, provision can be made for eco-friendly energy sources and configurations for any steel barn, alternatives to pole barn construction, steel shed, workshop etc. Steel agricultural buildings are strong and durable. With aRead More
Make your choice with a "steely" resolve.
While there are many pre-engineered pre fab metal building companies, few match Rigid steel buildings benefits.
Delivering phenomenal customer service, affordability and quality, Rigid Steel building systems simply “deliver”.
Let’s take a look at all the ways you will benefit from choosing Rigid pre fab metal buildings.
Rigid steel buildings provide the following benefits, many of which are not included with other metal buildings:
- Fast delivery in 6 – 8 weeks, depending on the complexity of the design
- Local, trustworthy and experienced dealer in Brandon, Manitoba
- High-quality, weather-resistant, commercial-grade steel framing
- Virtually unlimited design and sizing options to fit your specific needs
- Pre-engineered to provide code specific tolerances, ultimate in strength, no waste
- Designed to cut construction costs over convention builds by over 30%
- Designed for easy expansion, remodeling if your needs change or increase over time
- Manufactured and delivered to exacting tolerances to
adjective ef·fi·cient \i-ˈfi-shənt\
: capable of producing desired results without wasting materials, time, or energy
Pre-Engineered steel building criteria conform to many efficiency standards. The actual production of steel and the techniques used has transformed significantly in the past 2 decades. The steel of today is as much as 30% stronger than steel produced only 10-15 years ago. This means that the steel of today can support greater weights with less material than at any time in the past.
Production methods for steel building have also contributed to greater production in shorter periods of time-also a measure of efficiency. 100 years ago it could take as much as 70 man hours to create one ton of steel. Today, that can be done in 2 man hours or less. The pre-engineered metal buildings of today are also not "over engineered" as was typical in past years. The effects of this are more square feet of developed building with sufficient strength and less material. In addition, clear span steel buildings provide far more flexibility in floor usage and design by eliminating the need for interior