Versatility in Engineered DesignsTechnological advances in products and materials in the 1940's; coupled with modern design and engineering techniques, have created the introduction and development of the metal building industry. Factories, warehouses, distribution centers and similar facilities requiring little , if no aesthetic qualities, were made available at low cost and with quick turn around. It was soon learned that when these buildings were combined with facades of more traditional materials, such as wood, masonry and glass; the result was aesthetically competitive with more traditional methods, and available at a fraction of the construction time and cost.
Milco represents two different manufacturers of steel buildings. This relationship allows us two sources of design options, plus price and production readiness. Through the growth experienced over the years, this production availability has been an important key to the company's success.