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Self-Storage Building Provider Storage Structures Changes Name, Expands Into Other Industries

January 8, 2024

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Self-Storage Building Provider Storage Structures Changes Name

Storage Structures Inc., which has historically designed, supplied and installed buildings for the self-storage industry, is rebranding as Elevate Structures to mark its expansion into the hotel, multi-family and student-housing sectors. Self-storage will remain a cornerstone of its product focus, according to a press release.

“We are thrilled to serve the storage market with game-changing innovations and to bring our metal-framing expertise to other construction segments where our customers build,” said Richard Allen, president. “The new brand reflects our employee-owners’ commitment to forward-looking solutions and project excellence.”

The traditional layout of mid-rise hotel, multi-family and student-housing structures is a good match for Elevated Structures’ patented Alpha Framing System (AFS), which is designed to shorten construction time on multi-level buildings and eliminate concrete staining on partition panels, the release stated.

The company intends to introduce new self-storage doors and hallway systems as part of its metal-building package in the spring. In addition, the AFS will be offered with integrated lateral framing enhancements to further reduce installation time, the release stated.

Founded in 2007 and based in Villa Rica, Georgia, Elevated Structures specializes in the design, procurement and installation of metal-building components for bi-level, boat/RV, single-story and multi-story self-storage structures. It was acquired last year by Central States Manufacturing Inc. (CSM), a Tontitown, Arkansas-based manufacturer of metal-building components, including roofs, wall panels, trim, accessories and structural purlin. Founded in 1988, CSM has more than 1,300 employees, who own 100% of the company, and operates 11 manufacturing facilities.

Source: PR Newswire, Storage Structures Is Now Elevate Structures

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