Rapid Population Growth Has Led To The Constant Need For New Schools
Rapid population growth has led to the constant need for new schools.
Schools must be safer, provide more flexibility and services, and cost less to build
yet be built quickly. Concrete, stone, and wood construction is no longer a viable choice.
Steel is still the best value, saving your budget up to 50% on construction
costs when compared to other materials.
Steel construction does not mean ugly buildings. On the contrary, steel
prefabrication gives you a broad palette of panel finishes and colors to match any design.
Steel buildings are not limited to box-like structures and grey walls. Whether you
want brick-look façade or colors matched to
the rest of the campus, you can use steel to achieve it.
First of all, steel buildings allow adaptable and flexible designs, much more so than other
construction materials. Architects and building engineers have the freedom to design
a metal building in almost any way imaginable. Spatial planning for any use is simplified.
Steel facilities can also be designed for maximum adaptability. Metal buildings
are easily changed asthe need arises. Internal walls can be relocated to change
the floor plan to accommodate different uses.
Strict performance targets shaped by regulatory requirements.
Short deadlines for completion
Proximity of existing buildings
The most stringent requirements in educational facilities have to do with safety:
fire prevention and resistance plus health and safety.
With these kinds of benefits,
there is no better choice than steel for building your next educational facility.