Benefit from Endless Flexibility with Widespan Structural Systems Manufactured by Butler

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11/24/2017

When you are considering all of your design options, and want to leave room for future flexibility, we recommend you take a closer look at widespan structural systems by Butler Manufacturing. They work great for new construction, remodels, and expansions. These are great solutions for manufacturing plants, warehouses, truck terminals, retail stores, and office complexes. Commercial applications that want to make a strong start with an option for limitless growth should learn more about this versatile system.

Getting a strong footing. When you want to make a strong start, but are planning on expansion in the years ahead, widespan structural systems allow you to build in a modular fashion, and have practically unlimited flexibility when it comes to design. You can focus on today’s project, and know that you’re ready for growth later.

We can’t always predict the future needs of our commercial spaces, but with flexible design options you can leave yourself open to changing your footprint with future growth or changes in your industry. Units can maximize interior space – designs have bay spacing from 16 to 30 feet. The system is designed to keep interior space open, keeping interior columns to a minimum, with interior modules from 20 to 80 feet. The WX framing system allows for extensions available in widths up to 60 feet. The system can be merged with metal, tilt-up, masonry, or precast concrete walls.

Practical, strong, and flexible, the Butler WX framing system is available with the online Design and Selection Guide and is provided with AutoCAD-compatible architectural details. This system is truly versatile and comes ready to customize to your specifications. Contact one of our consultants and they can help you explore this framing system in regard to your specific needs. JGBowers, Inc. is your partner for commercial buildings, contact us today!

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