Missouri is known for their strong industry with contributions to aerospace, transportation equipment, and light manufacturing. In particular, Missouri is one of the largest producers of the nation’s beer with Anheuser-Busch’s Budweiser plant located in the heart of St. Louis. All of these industries and others can benefit from Missouri steel buildings. These quick, durable, and inexpensive structures are useful for manufacturing plants, factories, and general office space.
With over 100,000 farms (and growing), Missouri farmers rely on pole barns and Quonset huts to store machinery, equipment, and their major crops like soybeans and corn. The steel materials are fire proof so crops and hay will be protected from smoke and flames. Ranking #6 in the country for hogs and #7 for cattle, Missouri agriculturists will also have plenty of room in their metal buildings to breed and care for their livestock.
The Missouri climate is conducive to different types of steel buildings. They are well-insulated to provide comfortable conditions for both the icy winters and humid summers. With its strong construction, steel structures are built to last and withstand the pounding of the state’s above average rainfall and snowfall, and even the occasional tornadoes. Make sure the manufacturer and general contractor you work with is well-schooled in state and local code requirements before they begin work.
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