Why Designing for Galvanizing Requires Special Knowledge and Techniques Choosing structural materials for your building project involves some of the biggest decisions you’ll make. While designing for galvanizing requires special techniques and knowledge, it offers a variety of critical benefits for your project that include: Lower initial cost Better longevity and durability Availability and sustainability Versatility Aesthetics No matter what design you’re planning for your building project, designing for galvanizing is a good choice. Initially
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Your Steel Fabrication Company Should Help You Avoid Errors and Delays There are a lot of decisions to make early in a building project, and one of the key choices is your steel fabrication company. It’s tempting to choose based on cost alone, but if you do, you may end up paying more in the long run, in addition to paying more in terms of how much time you’ll spend trying to adjust your plans
structural steel
Structural Steel is Made in America If you’re planning a building project, one of the early decisions to be made is choosing materials for the structure. Whether it’s a commercial building or a residential community, structural steel is an ideal choice for your project. Did you know structural steel is made in America and it supports American workers, as well as local businesses and the overall local economy? Structural steel in the U.S. is the
Midland Steel Company
Northwest Missouri State’s Hughes Field House Construction Project Well Under Way Midland Steel is excited to be part of a construction project for Northwest Missouri State in Maryville, Missouri. The new Hughes Field House is being built by E.L. Crawford Construction and Midland Steel is the steel fabricator and erector for the Field House. A new video posted on the Facebook page of Crawford Construction offers a bird’s eye view of the construction project, along
Midland Steel Company
New Addition Will House Handrail and Light Architectural Components Since its beginning in the early 1960s, Midland Steel Company has been growing. By 1980, the company had already outgrown the existing fabrication shop they’d acquired and it was time to build a new location in Wathena, Kansas. The custom-constructed building was designed to serve the needs of the operation well into the future. Like any other construction company, Midland Steel has weathered a few ups