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Re: Pre-engineered - Prefabricated

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Shiraz Shahid,
        My understanding of the terminology would be the following.
        Prefabricated would mean fabricated off-site and delivered to the site for installation.  This would be in opposition to on site fabricated.  It wouldn't necessarily be engineered by the fabricator; or even engineered at all.
        Pre-engineered would mean engineered in advance before the end use is known or even before the site location is known.
H. Daryl Richardson
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Sent: Friday, April 16, 2010 3:29 AM
Subject: Preengineered - Prefabricated


Please if the list can tell me the difference between pre-engineered and pre-fabricated buildings. Or are they one and the same thing?


Best regards,

Shiraz Shahid.