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RV Dealership Uses Original Commercial Steel Building Supplier to Expand

Country RV re-hires commercial steel building supplier Metal Structure Concepts to install a new service area to its existing space in Kelowna.

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Steel Garages: When Should You Have A Rolling Sheet Door

Read about the advantages and disadvantages of having a rolling sheet door installed on steel garages and other pre-engineered metal buildings.

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Steel Warehouse Buildings: The Better Design Option For Your Business

We examine the design and layout possibilities that can be done with pre-engineered steel warehouse buildings and why they are the better choice for commercial operations

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Ready for the Seasons: How Metal Buildings Can Adapt to the Climate

With their strength and durability, metal buildings can also be adapted to resist extreme weather as well as seasonal changes in climate.

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What Can Metal Buildings Do For You? Your Questions Answered

We answer your questions on how metal buildings can be used for just about any project.

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MSC Helps Okanagan Distillery Expand Operations

Kelowna-based Metal Structure Concepts has successfully designed and installed a new 16,000 sq. ft. custom built pre-engineered steel building for Okanagan Spirits Craft Distillery.

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Why Steel Buildings Are Energy Efficient

Find our how steel buildings are energy efficient from the manufacturing to the construction to the maintenance stages.

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How Metal Buildings Withstand Weather Changes

In northern Alberta, we can experience a range of extreme weather patterns and temperature fluctuations. Pre-fabricated buildings are designed to handle it all.

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Steel Buildings in the Vineyard

Today's vineyards require a fair amount of infrastructure to grow, harvest, process and market their wines. In a luxury market, buildings need to strike a balance between aesthetic appeal and functionality.

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The History of Steel Buildings in BC

It might be hard to believe, but steel buildings have been around British Columbia for nearly a century. Of course, they didn't truly start to become popular for civilian use until after WWII.

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