HCI Steel Buildings LLC has long and upstanding reputation in the metal building industry. HCI Steel Buildings is a leading manufacturer of metal buildings in the Northwest.
Once known as T&E International, Inc., owner and Managing Member Ted Wheeler, has been in the construction industry for over 45 years and has specialized in steel building construction for the last 30 years. We opened a manufacture facility and took on the name of HCI Steel Buildings LLC in February 2012.
HCI Steel Buildings LLC, manufacturer of steel buildings and steel components, takes pride in being a locally owned and operated company with specialized staff. Our customer service and sales team has many years of experience in the industry. Our goal is to provide you the best building, at the best price, right on time!
Our staff will be with you every step of the way, from the designing and manufacturing process to the completion of turning your dream into reality! You can count on HCI’s knowledgeable staff to answer any questions or concerns that arise.
HCI Steel Buildings delivers metal buildings nationwide. We manufacture all types of steel buildings (pre-eng, cold form and tubing), carports, RV covers, boat covers, and steel building components such as paneling with variety of different profiles, HHR metal roof panels with a pre-applied DripStop Condensation Control felt, wide flange beams, secondary framing, steel studs, base channels, base angles, custom trim, gutters and all related metal building components.
HCI offers higher grade steel on all projects, from carports, garages or storage buildings all the way up to large commercial pre-engineered steel buildings.
In addition, HCI offers the following services:
- Help evaluate the most efficient layout
- Look at specifications
- Develop time line for approvals, final design and shipment
- Provide preliminary reactions
- Supply stamped approval drawings and erection drawing (available upon purchase)
We believe in integrity. We believe in customer service first.
Advantages of metal materials:
- Lower maintenance costs
- Potential tax benefits
- Designed to withstand acts of nature and fire
- Decreased heating and cooling costs
- Saves time and money on installation