Architectural options point of difference

Architectural options point of difference
Steel Shed Systems builds a variety of steel frame buildings including retail outlets, factories and other industrial facilities and rural business buildings.

Steel Shed Systems builds its business on happy clients. Andy Corsbie from Steel Shed Systems says the aim is to ensure clients are so satisfied with the experience that they are happy to give the company a glowing reference.
“You are only as good as your last job. We want our clients to be so happy that we can send a potential client to them and they will give us a good reference leading to our next job,” he says.
A big part of ensuring happy clients is that Steel Shed Systems assists clients with every step of the process from initial concept to handing over the keys.
In fact the company prefers to get involved in the process as early as possible says Andy. “That’s when we can add the most value as clients can benefit from our considerable experience from the start,” he says.
“We sit down with clients to work out exactly what they require from their building combining this with our vast experience in construction to deliver the outcome the client requires. Our specialised design software allows for the client’s active involvement in design decisions and lets them watch their building coming to life all before they commit to a full building contract or sometimes even purchase the land.”
Steel Shed Systems builds a variety of steel frame buildings including retail outlets, factories and other industrial facilities and rural business buildings.
Andy says that the varying strengths of the company’s Eco, Cold Form and Structural series systems allows Steel Shed Systems to select from a wide range of construction options to meet the individual requirements of clients.
The company has even been known to build in concrete and timber if required.
Andy says it is the architectural options and features Steel Shed Systems offers, which sets the company apart from other steel building companies. Andy says that the group’s buying power results in very competitive prices.
Projects are all locally made from the best resources. Once the project is underway a running budget throughout ensures clients are kept up-to-date with all the costs along the way.
All sub-traders and suppliers are carefully project-managed and Andy says an open policy with all costs on fixed price contracts makes this clear and simple for clients. Andy says that steel buildings can offer superior strength.
“Our light weight portal frames are capable of supporting an extra 1000 kilograms of weight after building completion. This weight bearing capacity is created via our portal design characteristics. Anchor brackets cast into reinforced concrete footings and double-sided brackets are bolted at the knee and ridged joints. All building foundations are reinforced with high tensile steel sometimes up to three metres deep.”
Steel Shed Systems is a little different in that it is not a franchise but rather a group of commercial builders who design and engineer a wide range of steel frame buildings made from cold form and structural steel. “All our regional operators are owners and directors of our national company.
We are not a franchise group, based on salesmanship; we are all tradesmen and have been in the building industry for more than 100 years between us.
Customers benefit from this wealth of knowledge,” Andy explains. Andy says that Steel Shed Systems buildings are not only built to last – they are designed to add value to the client’s business.
With branches in Northland, Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga BOP, Manawatu, Wellington, Christchurch and Southland the company can unde rtake projects anywhere in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands as well.
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