• Joe Street - Street Toyota

    I'm pleased to write a recommendation. In the summer of 2001 we contracted PSB to add five new service bays to our service department. We are very please with the results and with the length of time it took to do the project. We would definitely recommend them and will be considering them again for any future projects.

  • John Reid - Stanfield Printing Co.

    The price was the lowest I received, probably because PSB listened to what I wanted more than other companies. When something wasn't what I expected (and I'm picky), all I did was mention it and it was fixed to my expectation. When we need another building our first call will be PSB. When we overpaid for the project, the gladly wrote us a check of reimbursement.

  • Darryl Baldwin - Panhandle Tire

    I'm happy to recommend Panhandle Steel Buildings, Inc. I employed Panhandle Steel Buildings, Inc. to build a new building for my company. I found them to be courteous, prompt, and knowledgeable. The work was done professionally, promptley and at a reasonable price. I wouldn't hesitate to use PSB again.

  • Franklin McCasland - Mountain Road Truck Wash

    They erected our 75' X 100' building in 2001 and we are very pleased with the professional job that PSB has done on our building. I would definately recommend PSB to anyone wanting a great looking building. They care about the job that they are doing for you! The follow and service after the job was complete was excellent.

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How To Save Money When Constructing A Commercial Building

Most people expect a commercial construction project to be expensive...and rightly so. Constructing a building for businesses, restaurants, schools, churches, athletics, etc. is always going to cost a pretty penny. However, with the right budgeting and financing and by following a few simple rules, purchasing a commercial building doesn’t have to break the bank. 

 

Spring Cleaning And Maintenance For Steel Buildings

The weather in Amarillo, Texas is warming up, the trees are blossoming, and we are starting to get some moisture. All of us are coming out of hibernation mode as we spend more time outside, both working and playing. It is the time of year that we want to spruce up our homes and landscapes by doing a little spring cleaning. If you own a steel building, your spring cleaning routine should extend to your structure. It’s the best time of year to perform regular maintenance on your building and inspect it for damage or other issues. Luckily, the maintenance for a steel building is minimal compared to other types of buildings. 

Common Safety Violations On A Construction Site (And Their Solutions)

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), on any given day in America there are 6.5 million people working on approximately 252,000 construction sites. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than that of any other industry. And that’s not surprising. A construction site is wrought with possible hazards - from walking on tall scaffolding to handling electrical components, it takes a great amount of responsibility and vigilance from all parties to create a safe construction environment. 

How A General Contractor Works To Prevent Construction Delays

Delays in a commercial construction project can bring about a lot of problems but the ultimate consequence of a delay is increased costs - for either the building owner or the general contractor. Even a delay of a couple of days for a commercial construction project can cost thousands of dollars in increased labor. It is also possible that a project that is delayed several weeks or months will prevent occupation of the building, thus preventing income from the use of the building. Delays can lead to expensive lawsuits if a procedure for handling them is not outlined in the contract. 

Why Steel Is Perfect For School Buildings

All types of schools - elementary schools, high schools, and institutions of higher learning are vital parts of a community. They not only serve as educational facilities, but they often house other activities for the community at large. They can even act as storm shelters. It is important that school buildings are versatile, durable, and strong. The only building material that can meet all of these requirements is steel. 

What's The Difference Between A Bid, Estimate, Proposal, and Quote From Your General Contractor

When working with a general contractor, at some point he is going to present you with one of the following: a bid, estimate, proposal, or quote. The terms don’t always mean the same thing to every general contractor in every corner of the United States but they each have one main definition. Knowing these definitions can help keep you in the loop and informed about what is going on with your commercial building project, especially if this is your first time working with a general contractor. 

The History Of Steel

Steel has played an integral part in the history of the world. From ancient times to the Industrial Revolution to modern day, steel literally helped shape the world as we know it. The origins of steel and iron as a building material and for tools reach far back into ancient times. The earliest found pieces of steel date back 4,000 years to 1,800 BC. In those times, steel was primarily used to make weapons and simple tools. The beginning of steel heralded in the iron age as humans abandoned the bronze age because of iron’s clear strength. 

How Good Client-Contractor Relationships Build Better Projects

At Panhandle Steel Buildings in Amarillo, Texas, one of our biggest goals is to acquire repeat business from our clients. To do that, we must develop and nurture great relationships with our existing clients. One client that we have been fortunate enough to garner repeat business from is West Texas A&M University. We have completed several building and remodeling projects for the university including their Activities Center gym, the Starbucks in the Jack B. Kelley Student Center, and a music recital hall. 

 

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