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Allied Steel Buildings Adds Utah Sales Location

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Allied Steel Buildings has announced the opening of a branch office in Summit County, UT. The new location offers in-house design assistance on a wide variety of projects, including commercial, industrial, aviation and agricultural.

With the new office, Allied Steel Buildings is forecasting a 50 percent increase in local business for 2015. Western Region Vice President Benjamin Meister noted, “We are looking forward to the convenience the expansion will add for our customers. The new facility features consulting and design space where clients can discuss building details and features while working on actual renderings of their building project.

“Our expansion will allow for in-house design of projects from commercial to equestrian while providing additional space for Project Managers to service this clientele. In an industry where customer service sets you apart, we focus on assisting our clients from concept to completion, by providing the best service possible and this expansion will only better our efforts.”

The company selected the location in part due to the expansion of the Salt Lake International Airport. Logistically, the ease of travel to current Allied Steel Building projects in construction throughout the western United States and Canadian Provinces was a draw, but the airport's expansion signifies the economic growth and stability of the region. The 1.8 billion SLC terminal redevelopment program, which broke ground July 2014, is expected to bring an estimated 24,000 jobs and $1 billion in wages to the area over the next eight years. Meanwhile, throughout the region new construction in the industrial and commercial sectors are booming.

Allied Steel Buildings has fully staffed the new office but expects to add three more positions before the end of 2014 and five new jobs during the first quarter of 2015.

About Allied Steel Buildings

Allied Steel Buildings offers metal buildings. For more information, visit www.alliedbuildings.com.

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