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E M I SPRING 2013 LEGACY STEEL BUILDINGS • Fargo, N.D. “The factory design and detailed engineering of each building ensures that it will last a lifetime.” // LEGACY STEEL BUILDINGS Legacy serves a diverse client base with its pre-engineered, rigid-frame Galvalume steel buildings.. Building A Legacy Legacy Steel Buildings is succeeding in the Bakken Shale, serving the oil and gas, industrial and commercial markets. For more than 40 years, Legacy Steel Buildings has been offering 100 percent made-in-America products – durable, high-quality, pre-engineered rigid-frame steel buildings for the industrial, commercial, residential, agricultural, gov- ernment and military markets. With its dedication to “superior quality, service and durability at the most competitive prices,” the company not only has built a diverse and extensive client base, but it also has established a pattern of growing PROFILE Legacy Steel Buildings | Headquarters: Fargo, N.D. Service: Rigid-frame steel buildings 80 into new markets. “Thousands of customers choose Legacy Steel Buildings every year because of how affordable and versatile our buildings are,” the company says. “We are able to design any floor plan that customers can envision. We can also design a building to include custom glasswork, brick or masonry, even storefront facades. Our open clear span means our clients will have much more floor space available for their products, offices and/or customers as well. The length of the buildings is unlimited and is designed to allow for future expansion as a customer’s business grows.” Based in Fargo, N.D., Legacy Steel Buildings ships to customers throughout the United States and North America, as well as to 60 countries around the world. For the past several years, the company has been active in the Bakken Shale, but it has continued to maintain a healthy business in other domestic markets, as well as internationally. In February, Legacy Steel was named the North Dakota Exporter of the Year, an award that was presented by Gov. Jack Dalrymple. To win the award, the business had to expand to a new international market in the previous year, increase its export

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013
Washington, D.C.
Independent Exploration
Drilling Down
Pipeline Infrastructure
Marine Oil Terminals
Eagle Ford Shale
Monterey Shale
Marcellus Shale
Bakken Shale
Monitoring Fracking
Compliance Abroad
Public/Private Sales
Qv21 Technologies
PVR Partners LP
Lake Truck Lines
Aurcana/Rio Grande Mining Co. – Shafter Mine
Ruder Ware
Legacy Steel Buildings
Mineral Park Mine/Mercator Minerals Ltd.
Hearn Trucking LLC
John Fithian Contracting Co.
Chemex LLC
Global Diving & Salvage Inc.
Gold Spur Trucking
TAM International Inc.
Industrial Minerals Focus
The Mouat Company
Hi-Crush Partners
Mill Creek Sand and Gravel/Peaskie Minerals
Del Sol Industrial Services Inc.
Market & Johnson
Fortress Proppants
Canada Focus
Strategic Oil & Gas
Copper Fox Metals
Standard Machine
Gold Reach Resources
Treasury Metals Inc.
Canadian Zinc
Havlik Gear
The Final Shot

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013