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By using PurlinXT technology, Butler has created a pre-engineered framing system that can extend up to 60 feet, which is easily the longest bay size available in the industry. The vast, open area, allows for building owners to maximize the functionality of their space.
A structural system is meant to add to a building's functionality, not stand in its way. That's the belief upon which the Widespan structural system is engineered. This adaptable rigid frame system assures maximum use of interior space, while also providing practically unlimited flexibility with regard to building width, height, roof slope, and exterior finish. Widespan features acrylic-coated and galvanized C/Z structural members for added stability and reduced maintenance costs over the life of the building.
With the economy rebounding, businesses are once again starting to invest in new buildings. The demands of modern architecture and changing aesthetic tastes have led many companies to consider more complex pre-engineered metal buildings. Whether they're being used for churches, office buildings or even schools, pre-engineered buildings are an excellent, effective way to take advantage of modern building trends, including the entry of more natural light and visually appealing exteriors.
Butler Manufacturing has a long, proud history of providing the industry's best roofing solutions. The company's MR-24 roof system, known for its factory punched panels, Pittsburgh double-lock seams and moveable clips is regarded as the finest standing seam metal roof system in the world. Ideal for projects where weathertight performance and performance under changing temperatures are essential, the MR-24 system has become a mainstay in the industry, where it is chosen for its proven reliability and long-term cost effectiveness.
A building's roof is like a suit of armor. Taking over 90% of the yearly wear and tear, the roof safeguards your building's valuable internals: products, equipment, tooling and personnel. It endures regular onslaughts from rain and snow, heat and cold. Like armor, roofs, too, can become damaged. They can suffer blows that threaten their integrity. And, like armor, when a roof failure occurs, the cost can be catastrophic. In light of this, investing in a rock-solid, proven roofing system – like Butler's MR-24 system – is an investment in your building's livelihood.
After your dream building has been completed, you have every reason to maintain it, upgrade it and care for it. But, with the day-to-day responsibilities of running your business, it can be difficult to handle these duties on your own, or worry about hiring on a contractor for every little need. To remedy this, JGBowers, Inc. offers ongoing construction and maintenance services to keep your building in great shape and, more importantly, provide you with the peace of mind that you need to run your business effectively. Today, we’d like to look at the benefits of discussing regular construction and maintenance services with JGBowers, Inc.
The structural system that you select for your building should enhance its features, not place arbitrary limits on them. Bearing this in mind, Butler’s Widespan structural system has been engineered to utilize the maximum amount of interior space while also affording you an unmatched level of flexibility in customizing your building’s exterior design. From height and roof slope to width and exterior finish, the Widespan system lets you take full advantage of your building’s interior without forcing you to compromise on exterior and aesthetic characteristics. In this post, we’re going to look at three key advantages to using the Butler Widespan structural system in your next building design project.
Working smart to preserve our planet, Butler Manufacturing has taken a number of steps to ensure that they are following a “green” path. Having implemented a number of technologies and practices that make sustainable building more affordable, Butler is leading the industry with their sustainability efforts. In this post, we’d like to look at a few of the ways that Butler Manufacturing can help you build a more environmentally friendly, sustainable and – yes – cost-efficient building.
So you want to build a new location? Whether you’re looking to create a stunning restaurant, a comfortable office building, a soothing medical center, a productive institutional facility or a space that meets franchise corporate specifications, JGBowers, Inc. has the ability to take you from developing the concept to breaking ground to serving the public.
We know that our clients want the best. They want commercial construction services that provide solutions that last. That’s why we work with Butler Manufacturing, the most innovative and reliable supplier of roofing, construction and general building solutions. When you choose JGBowers, you’re choosing Butler and, along with that, you’re choosing quality, consistency and rock-solid reliability. In this post, we’d like to look at a few of the major advantages of Butler’s building solutions and why you’ll be glad that you chose them.
Beginning a commercial construction endeavor can be intimidating. You’ve got to determine a budget, develop a plan, set a schedule and understand the risks… and that’s just the early phases! Once the project begins, you’ll find yourself relying on third parties to execute your plan. This is where the help of a seasoned professional comes in handy.
JG Bowers Inc. is proud to offer the Butler MR-24 roof system, the most advanced roofing system on the market. The MR-24 system is the only roof system to seam panels with a 360 degree Pittsburgh double-lock seam. Capable of being finished in the field with Butler’s Roof Runner seaming machine, the roof system uses factory punched panels to offer benefits that no other system can claim. In this post, we’d like to look a little closer at what those benefits are and how they differ from conventional roofing systems.
Here at JGBowers, we like to stay on top of the most current roofing trends. We recently posted a picture on our Facebook of a building featuring Butler’s SunLite Strip daylighting system. With all of the industry initiatives to move towards “green” technologies, we feel that the SunLite system is a great example of how business owners can leverage nature’s resources to not only reduce their environmental impact but also to save money. The SunLite Strip daylighting system works alongside Butler’s MR-24 roof system, allowing natural daylight to enter your facility and providing energy savings by reducing the amount of electrical lighting that your building requires. In this post, we’d like to highlight a couple of the major benefits offered by the system.
As we announced in one of our earlier blog posts, JGBowers, Inc. has partnered with Butler Manufacturing. With Butler’s proven ability in the construction industry and JGBowers, Inc.’s position as commercial construction experts, the pairing is a natural evolution of our commitment to changing the game. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at one of Buter’s more impressive innovations: the MR-24 Roof System.
JG Bowers, Inc. has announced a new collaboration with Butler Manufacturing.
In mid-September, Ramona Prochnow started working at Advanced Cabinet Systems as the financial controller for JGBowers, Inc. and affiliated companies such as ACS! Ramona will oversee all financial departments within the JGB umbrella. With her vast experience in manufacturing accounting and impressive credentials, we’re excited to have her on the team!
Marion, Indiana—JGBowers, Inc., a General Contracting firm that specializes in commercial construction, has launched a new website design. The new website was designed...
Marion, Indiana—Advanced Cabinet Systems (ACS), a manufacturer of Division 12 Plastic Laminate Casework and Retail Store Fixtures, and JGBowers, Inc., their parent company, have developed a new company mission statement. Phil Bowers, President of...
JGBowers, Inc. and Advanced Cabinet Systems (ACS), Marion, Indiana, announce a change in leadership as the company's founder prepares for retirement. Greg Bowers, who founded JGBowers Construction and Advanced Cabinet Systems over 30 years ago, announced that in January 2013 he plans to step down and pass on the leadership of the company to his son, Phil. “Phil has been working with me since he was a kid” Greg says.