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WORLD LEADER IN STEEL SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTION

Varco Pruden Buildings is a world leader in providing innovative pre-engineered steel building systems. Each year, VP supplies approximately 6,000 buildings ranging from 1,200 square feet to more than one million square feet under roof. With headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, and manufacturing and service centers located from coast to coast, we provide buildings throughout North America. Our network of nearly 1,000 independent Authorized VP Builders offers state-of-the-art design/build services in local communities across the United States and Canada, as well as throughout Central and South America, Europe, and Asia.

EXPERTISE BUILT ON EXPERIENCE

Varco Pruden Buildings specializes in the computer-aided design of pre-engineered steel systems construction for low-rise, nonresidential buildings. Working closely with architects, engineers, and contractors, we offer buildings that combine extraordinary aesthetic appeal with optimum functionality.

Benefits

HOW YOU BENEFIT

Steel systems construction can generate substantial savings of up to 30% in overall construction costs for certain building types:

  • Standardization and computer-assisted design reduces time spent on planning, on-site organization, and construction.
  • Construction time cycles are often up to 1/3 less than other methods, resulting in faster occupancy and quicker return on owner investment.
  • Insulated roof and wall systems can significantly reduce HVAC costs.

Other benefits include:

  • Simplified design and code process
  • Faster project estimating
  • One-source coordination with streamlined delivery
  • Reduced maintenance and diminished deterioration, cracking, rot, and insect damage
  • Easy expansion to accommodate growth


Features

Features

  • Enhanced project control
  • Accurate project pricing
  • Precise anchor bolt layouts and reactions
  • Preliminary designs and erection drawings
  • What-if scenario capability to compare alternative design