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Every construction project is unique, both in terms of the overall goals as well as what methods will be best suited for achieving the desired outcome. For some projects, pre-engineered buildings can provide the ideal solution. Here is a closer look at their benefits.

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Since 1953, Campbell Construction has provided quality construction services and design work throughout NE Ohio.

When John Campbell took over leadership of the company he made sure that his construction company offered a multitude of services including design-build construction, construction management, general contracting, and so much more. Design-build construction is our bread and butter, and our passion (plus, it can save you time and money).

The Advantage of a Pre-Engineered Metal Building

Campbell Construction has installed pre-engineered metal buildings across Ohio since 1979 as a premier participant in the market. We are one of the largest contractors for pre-engineered buildings in the state. 

 But what are the advantages of pre-engineered buildings?

There are many options when it comes to constructing a new building. Pre-engineered metal buildings though offer a fully customizable, versatile solution to fit your needs. These buildings are durable (over time and in weather) and offer great value.

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Since 1986, Campbell Construction has partnered with Butler Manufacturing to install pre-engineered buildings across Ohio. Campbell Construction has consistently been named as one of the top 100 U.S. pre-engineered metal building general contractors and values its partnership with Butler manufacturing and their heritage of quality construction dating back to the motor car age.

Signs That Your Facility Needs Some Maintenance Attention

No matter what your business you are in, setting up a preventative maintenance plan for your facility is an important aspect of your operations. By setting up a preventative maintenance program, you can stay ahead of minor issues before they turn into catastrophic, and costly, problems.

A great starting point is to create a general process for repairs at your facility — who is in charge of your maintenance program, when a repair requires a general contractor or can be handled in house.

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More and more companies across all industries are realizing the benefits that pre-engineered buildings can bring to a project. 

That’s why Campbell Construction Inc., offers pre-engineered metal buildings to customers in the commercial, industrial, and institutional markets. 


When companies are feeling confident enough in their future, they invest in themselves. And when they invest in themselves this often leads to new construction to accommodate their future.

For the team at Transport Services Inc., in North Royalton, Ohio — a company that rents, leases, and services an assortment of trucks, trailer and storage containers, to a wide range of industries from food and beverage, to consumer products and moving companies— the future looked bright enough to contact Campbell Construction to design and build their newest project.

The Benefits of Pre-Engineered Buildings

It may seem that pre-engineered buildings are more expensive than paying a construction team to install and weld a steel frame together. Not the case.

Pre-engineered buildings in fact offer a variety of savings in construction costs, maintenance and replacement, making them a viable option.

Many pre-engineered metal buildings and, especially steel buildings, can be cost-effective, weather-resistant, and ultimately last anywhere from 20-30 years longer than a traditional “stick-built” structure.

What are the Advantages of a Pre-Engineered Building?

Pre-engineered buildings are more widespread than ever, being used for everything from manufacturing facilities to community churches. So what is it that is contributing to this rise in popularity? Much of it comes down to a few key advantages that pre-engineered buildings offer over other construction alternatives.

Learn more about Butler Buildings

Did you know that Campbell Construction is one of NE Ohio’s certified Butler Builders? As one of the largest pre-engineered metal building contractors in NE Ohio, Campbell Construction is consistently ranked among the top 100 pre-engineered metal building contractors in the nation.