Since 1992, Wright Building Systems has been a family owned enterprise desiring to provide the best metal building systems available on the market. Our commitment is to the customer.
WBS utilizes experience to assist you in designing or recommending different options to furnish a metal building at a competitive price that will meet all of your needs. Put our experience to work for you and join us in our 25th year of business.
WBS offers a complete line of structures, metal buildings, and consulting services. We can make suggestions on what the best deal is for your dollar.
For complex projects, we offer consulting services that include micro-managing the project, assistance in design and drafting ideas, providing bidding documents, and management of the metal building portion of the project. Let us help you coordinate with the other trades to form a complete project.
Wright Building Systems has the experience to get the product that you want, without any surprises.
Yates Wright, founder, was a 35 year vet of the building industry. His knowledge of the industry came from knowing every facet of the business, having worked for three top manufacturers. Yates held positions of district manager, national accounts manager, general sales manager, VP of sales and marketing. Yates ran the company from 1992-2002.
Jim Wright, Yates’ son, joined his father in 1999 and is now president. Jim brings with him 35 years of industry experience as district manager, regional manager, sales representative, estimator, and field superintendent with three building/component manufacturers and two general contractors.
Wright Building Systems can provide buildings for just about any type of structure including multi-story, safe houses or buildings designed to resist tornadoes and hurricanes, hips and valleys, different roof pitches, multiple roof lines, crane systems, floor and mezzanine systems, special stucco wall systems, walking tracks, retrofit-reroofing, and much, much more. But why should you choose Wright Building Systems over our competitors? As Jim Wright says:
“There are a lot of companies out there selling the buildings. What we have to offer that makes us stand out in the market is our commitment to the customer, our integrity, service level and our generations of experience.”
“If all you’re trying to do is provide the very best price in the bid, you risk ruining the quality of the product,” he says. “We tell the customer that they need to compare products and the presentations to make sure that each manufacturer is giving them the same building system. Things like insulation can be included or excluded.”
Also, he adds, customers need to be aware of things like wind and snow loads. “All these things can vary from quote-to-quote,” he says. “The price of the building is really in the details.”
Jim Wright and his father come from a background of quality building and component companies in the industry. “We want to provide the best product we can, at an affordable price. Let us manage your metal building business for you.” Good communication from the beginning of a project to the end is one of the keys to Wright Building Systems’ success. “A lot of people may not want to hear about every little detail,” says Jim Wright, company president.
Often those “little” details involve things like doors or windows or particular bolts, things that a customer may take for granted. “But we want to be very thorough when we provide a quote. We want to make sure the customer understands the details so he’s getting what he needs. It’s a lot easier to change things on a contract than it is out in the field. Surprises end up costing someone in the long run.”
“Each manufacturer has particular strengths,” Wright explains. “Which one we turn to depends on the complexities of the job. We use only manufacturers that are members of the Metal Building Manufacturers Association.”
The company sales rep remains involved throughout the entire building project. “There are always a lot of questions,” Wright says. “We need to be there for the customer to make sure everything is to their satisfaction.”
Wright’s job is mostly to be the coordinator. The building scope is discussed to provide what the customer wants and needs. “We want to make sure that the client knows exactly what is included in the price and what would be extra.”