No Design Limits With Prebricated Buildings
November 22, 2007
The flexibility of prefabricated buildings makes it possible to "keep the theme" of an architectural project right on out into the construction site, according to Porta-King Building Systems, a customizing specialist.
According to Porta-King, the key is combining adaptable structural materials, glazing and acrylic finishes. Porta-King's Durasteel prefabricated buildings provide a smooth, clean look that blends in with today's high-tech architectural designs. Steel's fabrication flexibility allows it to meet custom specifications with virtually no limit to design possibilities.
Durasteel radius corner buildings feature sculptured, six-inch radius corners with flush-mounted, radius corner glass panels for an elegant, yet durable appearance. All seams are completely filled, sanded and finished for a totally smooth surface. Buildings arrive ready to use, needing only a single-phase power source to be up and running.
In selecting a source for a customized, prefabricated building, Porta-King advises picking a manufacturer with both field and in-house design support. Such support is critical when after thought modifications are required at the job site in order to maintain the function and architectural theme of the project.