High Quality

  • Highest strength-to-weight ratio of any common building material
  • Dimensional stability and durability – will not rot, warp, split, crack or creep, corners stay square and windows and doors don’t bind or rack
  • Non-combustible – steel won’t burn or add fuel to a fire
  • Not vulnerable to termites or other pests, thus lower annual repair and maintenance costs
  • Less chance of damage in an earthquake or high winds – a lighter structure, using screws instead of nails, gives steel framing stronger connections
  • Doesn’t absorb water and isn’t vulnerable to mold

Design Flexibility

  • Steel framing facilitates innovative design and allows much longer clear spans than wood
  • Consistent material quality. No need to over-engineer to account for variability

Environment Friendly

  • A healthier home – no additional chemical treatments needed to prevent damage from pests or rot
  • Less scrap and waste – lower clean up costs, and a cleaner construction site
  • 100% recyclable – steel is the most recycled material in the world

Cost Saving

  • Price competitive with wood and concrete and more stable pricing than lumber
  • Best material suitable for panelization which significantly lowers construction time/costs
  • Steel framed structures have significantly lower insurance costs

Why Panelization

Panelization allows off-site precision manufacturing, speedy construction, work safety as well as labor and material cost savings. It is faster, cheaper and better quality compared to other building construction methods.

In panelized construction, wall sections are built with the aid of cutting-edge automation and in factory controlled conditions. The finished wall panels, trusses, parapets, decking, etc. are then loaded onto trucks and delivered to the construction site. A panelized home can be weather tight and locked up in days rather than weeks.


  • Fully automated system from shop drawings to production, any bugs are worked out before cutting
  • Computer controlled cutting produces all framing components to exact lengths and sizes, minimizing error, waste, and scrap
  • Components and marked for easy assembly, eliminating waste and costly human errors on the job site
  • Tighter tolerances result in better fit and finish


  • Less manpower is required, which lowers costs
  • Dramatically reduced on-site construction times. Completion and move-in dates are easier to predict and meet
  • Time is money: Construction loan interest costs are reduced


  • Materials are stored at the factory, protected from weather and the potential for damage or theft on site