PEB Advantage

From excavation to occupancy, no other building system matches the pre-engineered building system in terms of cost, quality and speed.
the conventional building cannot compete with cost efficiecny of pre-engineered buildings. all components are computer designed to ensure on-site erection at shortest lead time and least expenses.
Greenscope has supplied steel to various projects across the uae and oman. pre-engineered building (peb) is popularly known and offers many advantages :

  • strength durability

  • low investment cost

  • large clear span at economical cost

  • faster completion of projects

  • fast modular expandability

  • architectural flexibility

 

Pre-Engineered Buildings (PEBs)

Conventional Steel Buildings

Design

Quick and efficient; since PEBs are mainly formed of standard sections and connections, design time is significantly reduced. Basic designs are used ove and over.

Slow: Each conventional steel structure is desinged from scratch by the Consultant, with fewer design aids available to the Engineer.

Delivery

Average 6 to 8 weeks

Average 20 to 26 weeks

Foundations

Simple design, easy to construct and light weight.

Extensive, heavy foundations required.

Erection Cost & Time

Both costs & time of erection are minimized

The erection process is easy, fast, step by step and with hardly any requirement for equipments.

Typically, they are 20% more expensive than PEB. In most of the cases, the erection costs and time are not estimated accurately.
Erection is slow and extensive field labor is required. Heavy equipment is often needed.

Architecture

Outstanding architectural design can be achieved at low cost using standard architectural features and interface details

Special architectural design and features must be developed for each project, which often require research and thus resulting in much highter costs.

Future Expansion

PEB Building are designed with future expansion in mind. It is simple, easy and cost effective. One supplier can co-ordinate changes.

Future expansion would be more difficult and, more likely, costlier.

Responsibility

Single responsibility for design, supply and even erection of PEBs.

Multiple responsibilities can result in questions of who is responsible when components do not fit properly