Butler Buildings
© Butler
Butler Buildings
© Butler
Butler Manufacturing has been in business for more than 120 years. When they opened their doors in 1901, they were true pioneers of the global metal building industry. Since then, they’ve expanded their operations and have grown into a multi-million-dollar company. They are still leaders in the metal building industry more than a century later. Butler has:
  • 1,000 affiliated builders in their network
  • 6 manufacturing plants in North America
  • A service area that includes the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean
The company consistently ranks among the top 100 providers of pre-engineered metal building manufacturers in the United States. Their umbrella of brands includes BlueScope Construction, BlueScope Conventional Steel Services, BlueScope Properties Group and Varco Pruden Buildings.

Butler provides an extensive lineup of products and a variety of services to meet the needs of customers. Butler Buildings Project Gallery

Butler Manufacturing Products and Services

butler manufacturing Butler offers design services as well as a range of products in the commercial and industrial sectors.

Conventional Buildings

Butler’s Conventional Steel Services offer a vast array of design possibilities. The company serves the nonresidential building market with this sector. Conventional steel products include:
  • Bar joists
  • Wide-flange beams
  • Pipes
  • Tubes
  • Hybrid buildings
Butler uses advanced modeling software to ensure efficiency even with complex designs. High-quality materials and a bolted-connections solution reduce construction time and welding labor costs.

Structural Systems

Butler’s structural systems offer flexibility and efficiency and can accommodate a wide range of heights, widths, roof slopes and more. Their structural systems include: Classic II An affordable solution with a quick construction time. The Classic II can accommodate a variety of widths, heights, slopes and more.
  • 120’ maximum clearspan
  • 10’-30’ eave height
  • Butlerib II Roof
  • Bays up to 32’
  • 20’-250’ widths
  • 30’-750’ lengths
The Classic II system is ideal for agricultural and light industrial use. Landmark™ 2000 Structural System A versatile system that is ideal for retail, aviation, manufacturing, and warehouse and distribution centers.
  • Truss PurlinXT allows for bays up to 60,’ with 30,” 34” and 40” depths available.
  • Factory-punched and assembled structural members make construction more efficient.
  • Acrylic-coated galvanized trusses offer corrosion resistance while creating an attractive appearance.
  • A variety of roof slopes and ridge designs.
  • An economic design solution that easily integrates with conventional walls.
Widespan™ Structural System Offering a rigid frame with design flexibility, this system is ideal for retail, truck terminals, athletic facilities, manufacturing plants and office complexes.
  • Basic yet versatile
  • Easily expandable
  • Accommodates most roof slopes and eave heights starting from 1/4″:12”
  • Structural members made from acrylic-coated galvanized C/Z for durability and easy maintenance
  • Straight or tapered columns
  • Optional expandable endwall
Self-Storage Solutions Provides superior performance and protection for self-storage business owners.
  • Climate control and non-climate-control options available
  • Multi-story options
  • Can be outfitted with the MR-24® roof system for extreme weathertight protection
  • Doors are the only wind-rated self-storage doors on the market
  • A variety of exterior finish options available, including concrete block, metal, brick or tilt-up

Butler Wall Systems Butler Buildings Wall Systems

Butler’s wide range of wall systems include: Butlerib® II
  • 36” wide and up to 40’ in length
  • 24- or 26-gauge
  • Accommodates up to 4” of insulation
  • 1½” corrugation
  • Multiple fastener options available
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Optional factory-punched panels and structural members
Butler Thermawall™
  • Flat, fluted and fineline options
  • Flat panels are 36” wide; fineline and fluted panels are 42” wide
  • Rigid insulation board is factory-installed in 2,” 2½,” 3” and 4” thicknesses
  • Hidden fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • 36” wide and up to 40’ in length
  • 1-7/16” corrugations
  • Semi-concealed fasteners
  • 26-gauge
  • Factory-punched panels
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Uses spacer blocks, a vapor barrier and fiberglass blanket insulation to meet ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and the International Energy Conservation code
eStylWall™ II Flat Wall
  • 16” panel width
  • Embossed stucco pattern
  • Concealed fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Insulation includes thermal spacer bocks and fiberglass with a vapor barrier
eStylWall™ II Fluted Wall
  • Deep-ribbed pattern
  • Concealed fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Insulation options includes thermal spacer bocks and fiberglass with a vapor barrier
  • 36” width and up to 40’ length
  • 1-7/16” corrugations
  • Recessed fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Supports up to 6” of blanket insulation
  • Optional factory-punched panels and structural members
  • Option for thermal break window frame
StylWall® II Flat Wall
  • 16” panel width
  • 26 gauge
  • Embossed stucco pattern
  • Concealed fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Rigid insulation board is factory-installed
StylWall™ II Fluted Wall
  • 16” panel width
  • Embossed pattern and broad-ribbed design
  • 26 gauge
  • Concealed fasteners
  • Butler-Cote™ finish system
  • Works with a variety of insulation systems
TextureWall™ Panel
  • 42” panel width
  • Concealed fasteners
  • Texture-Cote™ finish system
  • 2”-4” insulation thickness; factory-installed

Butler Roof Systems Butler TLS Roof System

Butler’s roofs are weathertight, low-maintenance and can accommodate higher slopes. The company’s roof systems include: Butlerib® II
  • 1½” corrugation (the strongest in the industry)
  • Lock-Rivet™ fastener for weathertightness
  • Factory punched and factory-slotted holes
  • Pre-formed sealant grooves
  • Easy insulation with ThermaLiner™ or fiberglass blanket
  • UL Class 90 wind uplift rating
  • 2¾” rib heights
  • Factory punched structural members and panels
  • Pre-formed sealant grooves
  • Accommodates ThermaLiner™ or fiberglass blanket
  • UL Class 90 wind uplift rating
  • 2¾” rib heights
  • Same clip system and seaming process as the MR-24®
  • Rigid insulation board
  • Interior metal liner to protect insulation
  • UL Class 90 wind uplift rating
VSR II™ Architectural Roof
  • 2” rib height
  • 16” wide panels
  • 24-gauge
  • Concealed movable clips to span up to 50’
  • Allows 2” thermal movement
  • Roof clip sealant is factory installed
  • UL Class 90 wind uplift rating
  • Accommodates rigid or blanket insulation as well as ThermaLiner™
Other roof systems and services include:
  • Daylighting
  • Retrofitting and reroofing options
  • Fall protection and insulation support systems
  • Above-the-purlin insulation system
  • Insulated liner system (ThermaLiner™)

Heavy Structures

Butler can design and manufacture metal buildings designed for complex projects, like:
  • Heavy industrial complexes
  • Aircraft hangars
  • Sports facilities
  • Power generation plants
  • Heavy manufacturing facilities
  • Entertainment venues

What Makes Butler Steel Buildings Different?

Butler Steel Buildings   Butler Manufacturing and its subsidiaries have worked with a wide range of Fortune 500 companies and other well-known brands, including Costco and Harley-Davidson. Along with a recognizable customer list, Butler also stands out in the crowd because of their:

Superior Building Quality

Butler’s proven building quality is what really makes the company a leader in this industry.
  • Factory punching for proper panel alignment – a crucial factor in weathertightness.
  • A flexible roof clip system that adapts to temperature changes.
  • Staggered panel slices for greater leak protection.
  • The MR-24 roof system has the tightest seam available.
  • Seamed-in gable trim allows for 85% fewer fasteners.
  • Industry-leading warranties.

Variety of Design Options

Butler helps customers create the buildings they want using technologies they need. An extensive product line gives customers more options. Their Conventional Steel Services have virtually unlimited design options. Butler also uses 3D design technology to give customers a visual representation of their buildings.

Value-Adding Buildings

Butler’s buildings are designed for:
  • Energy efficiency
  • Low maintenance
  • Easy replacement
Their metal buildings are built to last and have low maintenance requirements, which further adds value by reducing overall costs. Here’s a real-world example. Thanks to Butler’s services, Harley-Davidson was able to add 50% more space while saving $300,000. Their new facilities are low-maintenance and energy-efficient to save even more on costs. Butler can handle virtually any non-residential project, including government projects, local projects, global projects and corporate accounts. Their customer support team is available when you need them most, and the company’s extensive network of builders accommodates most customers around the country and world.
Butler Buildings

1540 Genessee St.
Kansas City, MO 64102