Butler Manufacturing Acquires HCI Steel Building Systems

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Kansas City, Mo.-based Butler Manufacturing Co., a subsidiary of BlueScope Steel Ltd., purchased HCI Steel Building Systems Inc., which designs and manufactures steel-building solutions. Founded in 1974, HCI has a manufacturing plant in Arlington, Wash., built in 1996 and upgraded with new equipment in 2005. The company serves the Northwest States and West Canada through a network of authorized builders. It generated sales of nearly $40 million for the year ended June 2007.
 
Butler manufactures pre-engineered steel buildings. The company's system includes the structure, its MR-24 standing-seam roof, partitions, corridors and doors. Masonry walls can also be incorporated. For more information, visit www.butlermfg.com.
 
BlueScope is publicly listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. It manufactures steel solutions for the building and construction sector, as well as the general manufacturing and automotive sectors. It employs more than 18,000 people at 91 manufacturing sites in 17 countries. Its brands include Colorbond, Zincalume and Lysaght. For details, visit www.bluescopesteel.com.au.
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