Multi Storey Building

Whether you’re a developer looking to start up in commercial real estate or you already have commercial developments and are looking to expand, a pre-engineered commercial steel building can be the best solution to keeping within a budget while maintaining the highest value for your investment.

Due to the ever increasing price of real estate combined with the cost of construction and time it takes to assemble buildings from conventional building materials, steel buildings are finding a great increase in popularity and have started providing many with the low-cost, high quality and attractive answer they’ve been looking for. Made from top-grade steel, a Renegade Steel Commercial Building can adapt to virtually any variety of commercial facilities.

The Steel Aesthetic Appeal

Another very important factor to consider with commercial real estate and buildings is maintaining a professional and attractive appearance. Renegade Steel offers several color options and accessories that our steel building designers can incorporate into your project, achieving the precise customer-oriented appearance you require.

At the bottom line, the main reason people invest in steel commercial buildings is the price and efficiency at which they’re built. The time necessary for construction is only a fraction of what it would be with traditional construction methods and pre-engineered steel buildings allow for a much snappier and uncomplicated construction. This saves expenses even further by cutting down the labor cost required to complete the job.
Here’s the recap on why you should choose CAPTAINS Steel to construct your next commercial steel building project:

  • Steel Buildings are customizable in appearance
  • They can be used for virtually any facility
  • They’re Low-Maintenance
  • Fire and Termite Resistant
  • Fast construction and assembly
  • Cheaper and more reliable than other traditional buildings
  • They’re built with future expansion in mind
  • They are stronger and more durable than wood-framed buildings