Rhino Steel Buildings Shipped Out of Continental U.S.

Delton, TX, August 30, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Rhino Steel Building Systems, a popular marketeer of steel buildings, has contracted with Capps, Cassiday & Associates for delivery of eight pre-fabricated buildings that have been shipped to various U.S. border locations. From these shipping points, Capps, Cassiday & Associates further ships these buildings to destinations including Mexico and Alaska. Building applications are varied and include manufacturing, warehousing and laboratories.

According to Bruce Brown, president and CEO, “Steel buildings are gaining in popularity around the globe for a variety of practical reasons.” Advances in insulation and adaptability in harsh environments are key purchasing considerations for pre-engineered steel buildings.

Rhino offers a variety of structural systems that accommodate a wide variety of building sizes and eave heights. Clear span models eliminate the need for interior columns, thus allowing for more efficient usable space inside.

Rhino buildings are pre-engineered at the factory and shipped unassembled to any point in the continental U.S. With companies like Capps, Cassiday & Associates, Rhino’s buildings are beginning to expand their marketing reach.

Rhino Steel Building Systems
Bruce Brown