An increasing number of consumers are now opting for pre-engineered building systems because of the significant advantage they offer in terms of time and convenience. At Sutrah, we provide turnkey PEB solutions-right from the structural design stage, till the actual installation. Pre-engineered Building Systems make use of built-ups in construction, as opposed to the hot-rolled sections in conventional systems. Easy to assemble, low on maintenance, extremely strong, weather-resistant and secure; your PEB delivered by Sutrah is designed to stand the test of time. We cater to every manufacturing component of the Pre-engineered Buildings sector, be it in terms of roofing, insulation, structural steel constructs, or ventilation.
- Commercial / Trade Centers
- Cold Stores
- Pump Stations
- Residential Barracks
- High-Rise Buildings
We pride ourselves on the turnaround time of our building systems. Entire building structures, customized to suit specific needs, can be designed, engineered, manufactured and installed in a time period of 8 to 10 weeks. These structures also offer unmatched value in terms of space utilization. Apart from this, there is a sizeable cost saving percentage of up to 30% in comparison to what would be incurred if conventional steel buildings were opted for.
From conceptualization to installation and sustained technical support, we are accomplished at adding real weight to the entire value chain. Our versatile, flexible processes make the whole operation smooth and hassle free. Not only do you get to take advantage of the lower cost and time involved in the construction of our PEB, but also you are assured of a design that is aesthetically pleasing and contemporary. Applications of pre-engineered buildings are numerous. Described in few words, pre-engineered buildings are ideal for any non-residential low-rise building.
Our pre-engineered steel building systems comprise the following components:
1. Primary frames, i.e the main frames in the structure.
2. Secondary frames, namely, the C and Z sections.
3. Roof and wall panels, which refer to single-skin and insulated panels.
4. Structural sub-systems, including canopies, fascias, partitions, and so on.
5. Floor systems, which can range from mezzanines and catwalks, to platforms and ramps.
6. Other building accessories such as louvers, sliding doors, roll up doors, etc.