What is the main difference between conventional hot-rolled steel construction and PEB(Pre-Engineered Building) system of construction?

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What is the main difference between conventional hot-rolled steel construction and PEB(Pre-Engineered Building) system of construction?

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From what I know, in conventional steel buildings, extensive heavy foundations are required, but the pre-engineered steel buildings need a simple design, easy to construct, and are lightweight. Anyway, both of them require a movable platform for workers, such as bricklayers, painters, or miners, to stand or sit on when working at a height. When I was working on my “dream” house, my partners from https://petesuen.com/ told me about the importance of a stable scaffold in order to get a qualitative result.

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Key differences are: – In PEB system the complete steel building package is delivered to site from a single supplier as a fully finished product. This includes the structural steel, cladding system and building accessories. Site erection is fast and simple- just bolting together the various building components as per the erection drawings provided. No site fabrication or welding is involved. Result in significant saving in construction time and superior quality compared to conventional Steel construction.

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