Are Prefabricated Metal Buildings Safer? Steel …

Are Prefabricated Metal Buildings Safer?

Steel is safer than concrete during the construction phase and operations.

Concrete is mixed on-site, which increases the amount of activity on the job site, increasing the risk of accidents.

On the other hand, pre-engineered steel buildings arrive on the job site ready to assemble, requiring less movement of materials and a safer work area.

Concrete also takes time to cure once it has been poured, creating a safety hazard until it is completely set.

But as soon as a metal building frame is erected, it’s ready to go.

The flexibility of steel mitigates the threat of collapse and failure, and steel survives better in high winds.

Concrete is likely to crumble.

To see how they can help with your prefabricated metal building project, click on the link below.

CDMG Industrial Engineering

(724) 330-4799

150 Technology Drive

Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 15317




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