Chief Buildings, a premier metal building system manufacturer, has announced the purchase of a new manufacturing plant in Lancaster, South Carolina. Expanding their manufacturing footprint in the Southeast will increase Chief’s level of service to their Authorized Builder network with added capacity and increased resources.
In addition to the existing manufacturing plants in Grand Island, Nebraska, and Rensselaer, Indiana, this new location will add around 100 people over the next few years and allow Chief Buildings to increase manufacturing capacity, helping to meet or exceed customers’ expectations. The newly purchased manufacturing plant will be equipped with the latest state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment that provides the highest quality and safety standards.
About Chief Buildings
Founded in 1966, Chief Buildings is a nationwide metal building manufacturer. With offices and manufacturing facilities in Nebraska, Iowa, Alabama, Indiana, and South Carolina, production capacity and customer service allow Chief Buildings to be a leader in low-rise, non-residential metal building systems. Metal building systems are custom-engineered steel solutions that optimize and integrate steel framing, roofing and walls. Chief’s metal buildings are shipped to all 50 states and are sold through a network of authorized builders across the country. Chief is able to design and manufacture anything from large complex facilities to small warehouses across the nation.
By Rural Builder Staff