Pre-engineering Buildings: A Cost-Effective and Versatile Construction Solution
Pre-engineered building (PEBs) is a type of modular construction that has been gaining popularity in recent years. PEBs are pre-designed and manufactured in a factory before being shipped to the construction site for assembly. This innovative construction solution has several advantages over traditional construction methods, making it a cost-effective and versatile option for various industries.
One of the key benefits of PEBs is their affordability. Since the components of a PEB are pre-designed and manufactured in a factory, the production cost is significantly lower than traditional construction methods. Additionally, the construction time is reduced, saving on labor costs and making the project more efficient. PEBs can be customized to meet the specific needs of the owner, such as adding more rooms, facilities, or unique designs.
Moreover, PEBs are versatile in terms of their application. They can be used in a variety of industries, including commercial, industrial, and even residential. For example, PEBs can be used as warehouses, factories, schools, and even homes. Their design can be modified or expanded to suit the owner's changing needs, providing long-term flexibility and sustainability.
Pre-engineering buildings are cost effective
The pre-engineered building system is one of the fastest-growing segments globally. Speed, quality, and value are all attributes that the modern lifestyle demands. Pre-engineered buildings have many applications. The building can be anything from an automobile garage to an aircraft hangar, a bakery to a dairy farm, an auditorium to a hospital, and a factory to a community center.
In order to manufacture a wide range of structural subsystems, SAMAN uses standard components and designs. There are two types of structural subsystems, namely: aesthetically pleasing and functionally useful. Due to the fact that SAMAN produces a large number of structural subsystems according to exact specifications, the strength of the pre-engineered building system is greatly determined by the various structural subsystems that are incorporated into it. The following structures are available for subsystems.
End-wall Roof Extension
Side-wall Roof Extension
A Cost-Effective and Durable Alternative to Traditional Buildings
\The best alternative to conventional masonry and concrete construction is a pre-engineered building that is supported by Light Gauge Steel Framing (LGSF) and enveloped in insulating composite panels to meet a wide range of structural and aesthetic design requirements. With countless benefits to serve, SAMAN, one of the leading pre-engineered building manufacturers, is gaining a strong client network. Among the most sought-after construction choices, these structures are cost-effective and long lasting.
Pre-engineered buildings are ideal for industrial structures such as warehouses, factories, sheds, commercial buildings, airport terminal buildings, and a variety of other structures. As a leading manufacturer of PEB structures, SAMAN offers customized solutions to meet every commercial need. When pre engineered buildings are covered in insulating panels, they save energy and provide comfort during adverse weather conditions.
Why are pre-engineered buildings so affordable?
The pre-engineered buildings that are constructed are up to 30 percent lighter than the ones assembled on site. In onsite fabrication, structural components are purchased from the market in fixed sizes. Offsite construction, however, offers the possibility of optimizing these components. During the design phase of pre-engineered buildings, each structural component is optimized, saving a lot of money on construction.
A major cost saving can also be found in the building's foundation. In onsite fabrication, buildings are heavier since they are not pre-engineered with structural designs. A heavier foundation is required for a heavier building. As a result, the cost increases. Due to the fact that PEBs are designed before manufacturing, significant cost savings can be made in building foundations.