Pre-engineered steel buildings

Enjoy the best design and functions combined together.

Receive 30-40% Savings over Traditional Buildings 

Our pre-engineered, premium quality steel buildings have been in use for a wide range of agricultural, residential, commercial, industrial and recreational applications all over the world.

We offer the most durable, versatile and affordable solution in the market designed Cost-effectively, Efficiently, and Quickly. 


Enrich steel buildings provide excellent protection against wind, rain, snow, hail, ice and are even uniquely resistant to earthquakes. Steel is longer lasting and has one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios of any construction material. It won’t crack, warp, twist, rot, split or settle like wood might. And your steel building is impervious to termite damage.


Our lead partner in this market is our sister company, Enrich Building Solutions (EBS). EBS has been around for over a decade and has successfully completed millions of dollars of projects for all levels of government and for many Fortune 500 companies. Their team of experts, including project managers, engineers and architects are available for consultation and meetings with clients.


Due to the unique design of Enrich Buildings, there is less labor required to manufacture the building and construct the foundation. Enrich Buildings are virtually maintenance free. Over 50% of clients erect their buildings themselves all but eliminating the builder’s costs. This translates to a savings of both TIME and MONEY for clients.


Each Enrich Steel Building uses a clear span design that eliminates space waste. You get to use 100% of your building’s space, and can still finish the interior with traditional drywall, wiring, heating, and air conditioning. Our team of leading industry experts will work with clients from start to finish and can incorporate both traditional and non-traditional elements to the design. Enrich Building Solutions has successfully completed millions of dollars of pre-engineered steel building projects in Canada, the USA, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, and Asia