Adel, Ga: Vulcan Steel Structures, Inc., an IAS AC472 accredited metal building manufacturer, announces the launch of its redesigned corporate website, The new site provides extensive information about Vulcan Steel Structures and its products, and has information and images about current and past building projects.

“We are very excited to launch our new website,” says Steve Browning, Vulcan’s President and CEO. “The site is easy-to-use and gives current and potential customers a look into our company and all that we do, from designing a great-looking metal building to manufacturing and delivering it quickly and cost-effectively.”

Vulcan’s new website has a host of information for anyone interested in metal buildings, metal roofs and walls and metal building accessories as well as the company itself. The site also has details about specifications and warranties, installation, maintenance and accreditation. AC472, the IAS Accreditation Criteria for Inspection Programs for Manufacturers of Metal Building Systems, is a quality-assurance program that provides an extra level of assurance that Vulcan’s processes all conform to high-quality standards and are evaluated by a respected independent third party.

In addition to extensive product information, has a section for potential customers to request quotes and information about future projects.

“Customer communication and information are vital when planning and constructing a new building,” adds Joel Voelkert, Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Vulcan. “Our new website gives potential customers the most up-to-date details about our products and services, and the customer contact form on the site allows us to get a detailed quote back to them in a timely manner.”


About Vulcan Steel Structures: Vulcan Steel has grown from a small metal building fabricator/contractor to the largest steel building manufacturer in Georgia. As one of the largest privately owned steel building manufacturers in the U.S., Vulcan Steel designs, manufactures and ships more than 1,000 buildings a year and has delivered over 26,000 buildings worldwide since 1985.