Get A Feature-Rich 80,000 Sq. Ft. Pre-Engineered Steel Building At A Better Cost

Apr 23, 2024

Reich Construction LLC, a preferred Butler Builder specializing in the design and construction of pre-engineered steel buildings (301.550.0540), provides cost-efficient structures rich in features.

If you were to choose a construction method for your 80,000 sq. ft. building, would you select something that dates back to 6500BC, or the latest, most durable and cost-effective option? Avoid significant cost overruns, lengthy construction timelines, and quality uncertainties associated with wood and concrete. Choose a pre-engineered steel building by Reich Construction LLC.

Talk to the nation's experts in full-service, cost-efficient pre-engineered steel buildings, and ensure your 80,000 sq. ft. building is erected faster, stronger, and able to withstand all weather elements. Set up an appointment with Reich Construction LLC at


If you're building a 80,000 sq. ft. structure, you need cost breakdowns. And a building with the right features. You need Reich Construction LLC, provider of in-house engineering, architectural, design, permitting, budgeting and construction services for a more efficient, cost-effective large-scale structure that does not compromise on quality.

With the average cost of a traditionally built structure hovering between $200 - $400 per sq. ft. compared to a $10 - $30 per sq. ft. cost for a pre-engineered steel building, the latter has become increasingly popular. But the benefits don't stop with cost comparisons.


A pre-engineered steel building is a high-quality, low-maintenance option that will not crack or warp. And since steel is inorganic, it is mold, mildew, and fungi-resistant.

Steel buildings are also known for their durability and structural strength. They can withstand harsh weather conditions, including high winds, heavy snow loads, and seismic activity, making them ideal for a variety of applications. They're also termite and rodent-resistant. And here's a pro tip: A well-insulated steel building can save you up to 50% on utility costs.

Most construction methods involve contracting out teams of engineers, architects, designers, and construction crews, but when you partner with Reich Construction LLC, you get end-to-end services across all phases of the planning and building process, in-house.

At the end of the day, when the overall costs, timelines, benefits and drawbacks of all your building options are compared, you can't beat the efficiencies Reich Construction LLC offers.

Bruno Reich, Architect and CEO of Reich Construction, explains:

“With a more efficient, cost-effective business model, we bring a better value proposition to the market. We have over 40 years of experience and over 150,000 projects under our belts. This means we are the perfect solution for warehouse, recreation center, garden center, agricultural operation, and office construction, anywhere in the country.”


The cost breakdown for a pre-engineered steel building includes the prefabricated metal building kit, a concrete slab foundation, framing erection with insulation and typical accessories, and getting the building in the dry on a concrete slab.

There are three different types of pre-engineered steel buildings you can choose from: clear span, single slope, and multi-span.

The clear span design has no support beams or columns in the middle of the structure, offering you an uninterrupted open floor plan. Single slopes feature a sloped roof that allows rain and snow to run off easily, a good choice for rainy and colder climates. The multi-span building has more than one span or support beam in the middle of the structure, giving you more flexibility in your design and layout.

When you leverage the in-house expertise offered by Reich Construction LLC, you're getting the best team for the job. Choosing pre-engineered steel for your project means you get a building rich in features at a lower cost and faster assembly for a substantially higher ROI. You also benefit from a team of experts who've been together for decades, and know how to get your project done on time and on budget.

There's the old-fashioned way of putting up a building, and there's a way of doing things that puts our advanced knowledge around building materials and construction processes to their best use. Contact Reich Construction LLC for a 21st-century solution to your 80,000 sq. ft. conundrum, at

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