Overview: Varco Pruden Buildings is a world leader in the pre-engineered steel building industry and the logical choice for building solutions and systems construction. Whether you need a functional warehouse, an elaborate retail store or an extraordinary office building, Varco Pruden Buildings offers not only the design capabilities, but also the flexibility and sophistication to fulfill the needs of almost any structure. Varco Pruden Buildings can assist you with your building construction needs through our Builder Network and Regional Sales Offices, Varco-Pruden International. No matter where you are in the world, we're here to help.
There are eight basic Varco Pruden quality framing systems. Each construction format is designed to accommodate your specific building requirements. All frames can be specified for use with non-load-bearing conventional walls -- glass, tilt-up, block, etc. Continuous Beam and Continuous Truss are recommended with load-bearing block or tilt-up. Varco Pruden also offers an extensive line of complementary architectural and functional roof systems.
Wall systems consist of coverings, insulation and secondary framing. Varco Pruden Buildings are highly compatible with any conventional wall materials. In fact, virtually any wall materials can be used with the Varco Pruden Building System.
GALVALUME STEEL - A zinc-aluminum coating over steel substrate.
SP FINISH - Economical, durable. Comes in four colors.
KXL FINISH - Available in 21 colors, the KXL Kynar 500 finish is 70% Kynar for protection against chalking and fading.
A complete assortment of high-quality accessories designed to be compatible with Varco Pruden roof and wall systems is available. These accessories include major items such as facades, skylights, windows, doors and louvers, as well as a wide variety of special-use items to make sure your finished building is an attractive, functional, high-quality structure.
For a free copy of the Varco Pruden Color Guide, send e-mail to VPSales@vp.com.
In recent years, consideration for the environmental impact a building has on its surroundings and occupants, both initially AND over the life cycle of the building has brought about a growing trend toward “building GREEN”.