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    Steel structures are very popular solutions used by entrepreneurs operating in many sectors of the economy. In today’s construction industry, they play a very important role as they meet all the challenges and business objectives of investors. Prefabricated materials are manufactured for specific buildings, which makes them the best choice for constructing halls for various purposes. As a result, they fulfil their tasks perfectly and this contributes to the economic success of entrepreneurs.

    How is the hall structure built?

    In order for a steel hall to be built, it must first be designed. For this, designers must obtain the necessary data, where the most important criterion is information on the purpose of the hall. Such facilities can have very many uses and serve very different purposes.

    The next stage is to design the interior of the facility, which must take into account the arrangement of machinery, workers, goods, livestock or other elements depending on the purpose of the hall. The contractor then manufactures the prefabricated steel elements, secures them and transports them to the site for assembly.

    Modern design offices use the latest software so that building technologists, architects and designers can create a design that perfectly matches the entrepreneur’s vision and needs.

    What does professional hall installation look like?

    Before installing the hall, the foundations must be laid, which are an absolute necessity. Care must be taken to ensure that they are solidly built, as this guarantees a strong and stable structure. It is very important to insulate them to prevent dampness, to level them correctly and to install the anchors properly. The next step is the assembly of the prefabricated steel hall.

    The first task is to join the profiles for the columns and transoms of the frame. In the next stage, wall transoms are attached to them using appropriate fasteners, frame transoms are assembled on the posts, and roof purlins are attached to them. Inter-panel braces, wall and roof bracing and a tie-beam with a hanger, which further reinforces the hall skeleton, are attached to the resulting hall frame.

    The next step is the assembly of the internal columns and transoms, which support the gable walls. The final step is the assembly of the exterior cladding and the installation of the structure’s cladding, after which the structure is painted with anti-corrosive and fire-resistant paints.

    Depending on the specifications of the hall, various types of skylights, windows, doors and gates are installed. The erection of steel structures should be carried out by a specialised erection company, as this guarantees a correctly erected, strong and stable structure.

    What are the advantages of prefabricated steel structures?

    Prefabricated steel structures have a number of advantages valued by businesses. First and foremost, they are very strong and resistant to overloading, so they can serve their users for very many years. However, a long service life is not everything. Such steel elements are characterised by high fire resistance and are resistant to adverse factors such as corrosion, mechanical damage and changeable weather conditions. Their very important advantage is that they are quick to assemble and install on site and can be installed outdoors at any time of the year, which cannot be said of masonry structures.

    Prefabricated steel structures – what other advantages do they offer?

    Steel is a highly ductile material that is easily worked, both cold and hot. In addition, it is a lightweight yet strong material. It is therefore ideally suited for the manufacture of prefabricated materials.

    A major advantage in the production process is that the structures are built in the Contractor’s factory, so that all technological processes take place there and not on the construction site. This allows it to proceed quickly and efficiently, as the finished prefabricated elements are immediately transported to the construction site. Another advantage is the economic aspect, as the hall is much cheaper to build than, for example, prefabricated reinforced concrete buildings.

    The steel construction can be freely extended, as it consists of many independent elements. This is of great importance to investors who plan to expand their business in the future. Aesthetically, the use of prefabricated components is also a great advantage for steel structures, as the use of prefabricated components allows for an attractive visual appearance. Prefabrication of steel elements is therefore very beneficial, both for the Contractor and the Investor.

    What is the use of prefabricated steel halls?

    Their high utility value, functionality and aesthetics make prefabricated halls suitable for a wide range of applications. They can be used for logistics halls, warehouse halls, logistics centres or aircraft hangars, but this is only a small selection of applications. Prefabricated steel halls offer unlimited possibilities for investors from various sectors.

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