Metal framing cold-formed steel design makes complete sense from an architectural point of view. A CFS building will hold its structural integrity during the lifecycle of the building thanks to the added strength and resiliency of steel construction. In addition, cold-formed steel structures never worry about becoming warped, molding, termites, or rotting, they add LEED points to the structure and have a two-hour fire rating.
When you design your structure completely in steel, CFS floors allow for better use of space for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing. The CFS design choice offers better open designs and lends itself to the architectural pattern of the overall structure through increased strength. In conclusion, steel constructed buildings you design have longer and stronger life spans.