Littleton, Colorado (PRWEB) June 13, 2008
General Steel Corporation, a leader in the pre-engineered steel building industry, has moved from its original location to a new, larger complex in Littleton, Colorado. The move, which gives General Steel a total of 40,000 square feet, is indicative of the sales growth experienced by the company and its subsidiaries. According to company representatives, growth is seen as key for the organization and its customers, and will further enhance the superlative level of service it provides.
General Steel, a recognized industry pioneer, sells prefabricated steel buildings internationally and in all 50 states. The company provides custom designs for churches, agricultural buildings, warehouses, sports facilities and small businesses, utilizing solid I-Beam construction and top quality pre-engineered components.
General Steel ships their buildings from numerous facilities across the country to minimize shipping costs for its customers, and backs its products with an outstanding 50-year structural warranty. Detailed blueprints are included with each project, and design rendering services are available at highly competitive rates.
General Steel's buildings, which can feature decorative accessories and exteriors that make them virtually indistinguishable from traditional structures, are a good illustration of how far the current industry has come from its industrial origins. General Steel's buildings are aesthetically pleasing and blend well with a variety of architectural styles.
"The General," well known through national advertising programs such as Paul Harvey's radio broadcasts, provides a free quote service and for qualified projects, can help with financing through an exclusive relationship with Helm Lending Group. For more information, visit http://www.GeneralSteel.com.