North Carolina’s economy has a split nature – the manufacturing and agricultural businesses that made up the bulk of the employers in rural areas have had rough times recently, while high-tech businesses have been springing up in urban areas. North Carolina steel buildings can provide storage and workspace for all kinds of businesses.
North Carolina remains the nation’s top producer of tobacco, and while changing perceptions and laws have strained the industry, it’s still an important contributor to the local economy, along with other types of farming including dairy, poultry, and soybeans. Because they’re an inexpensive way to enclose large areas, basic steel buildings are great for agricultural businesses of all kinds that need to store produce, livestock, or equipment.
The white collar businesses of the North Carolina Triangle (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) are also big buyers of steel buildings, but for different reasons. By spending a little more per square foot, financial, information technology, and biotech businesses can put up offices, R&D facilities, and other workspaces.
It’s important to note that these types of buildings don’t have to look like plain metal buildings. An investment in exterior upgrades and interior finishing can make a steel building look and feel very similar to traditional construction – at a lower overall cost.
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