Kodiak Steel Building Systems
Kodiak’s patented steel framing system comes in 3 different styles, with a choice of single or double-slope, that can be customized and manufactured to your exact building specifications.
Each frame is made with precision-crafted, high-gauge steel in Robertson’s accredited manufacturing facilities, guaranteeing that it will fit together perfectly for a quick and easy assembly.
To help you better plan your next project, here is a quick overview of our steel frames and which building types they are best suited for.
Clear Span Frame
Our clear-span frame offers unlimited column-free space, making it a great choice for garages, workshops, and other large buildings that require large, open spaces.
Without the restriction of columns, you have unlimited design and space possibilities.
Most often used in warehouse and manufacturing facilities, this type of frame is perfect for accommodating material handling and crane systems.
Best suited for: Aircraft hangars, arenas, tennis centres, soccer centres, riding arenas, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, offices, and retail stores.
Primarily used as an economical way to provide additional space, lean-to frames can be used to add on to existing structures, or expand your business/office as it grows.
A lean-to frame typically has a single slope profile (no ridge) and straight sidewall columns (it must be supported by attachment to another frame).
This makes it easy to start with one Kodiak building, then expand as your needs grow.
Best suited for: Adding additional space for storage, farm, office, or retail in larger buildings.
Most often used in building layouts that permit interior columns.
You can have consistent or varied spacing and accessorize with a variety of different wall and roof panels to meet your project requirements.
With a multi-span steel frame you can keep a large open floor space by using a minimum number of columns, for the easy movement of forklifts and other motorized equipment.
Best suited for: manufacturing plants, warehouses, truck terminals, and retail stores.
Once you choose a frame, you can design the interior and exterior of your new building with your choice of insulation, wall panels, windows, doors, electrical, and a variety of other custom options.