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Lucas Metal Works offers innovative steel buildings


Lucas Metal Works has diversified itself from their humble beginnings as an original custom metal works shop it was founded as in 1968 and has become a company with six separate divisions under the Lucas Metal Works brand name. While the company has diversified itself as a leader in multiple industries such as the farm equipment industry with the recent introduction of the company's new line of Lucas Equipment products, ranging from disc mower caddies to heavy duty grapples. To the arena tool industry where Lucas has manufactured the arena tool of choice for the National Finals Rodeo, The Ground Hog Arena Tool, since 1996.

Lucas' core competency remains the company's division of innovative steel buildings, Lucas Buildings. Lucas is dedicated to maintaining the best manufacturing processes to produce innovative steel buildings for ranch, farm, residential, and commercial applications that are built to last. With driven and experienced steel building experts on staff, you are guaranteed that you will receive not only the best in the industry when it comes to product but first class support from our Lucas Building Experts from concept to beyond completion of your project.

From a full line of innovative steel buildings, energy efficient metal roofing panels, and a complete catalog of building components and accessories, Lucas has much to offer both contractors and weekend do-it-yourselfers. No matter the size or purpose of your project, you can count on getting a sustainable solution for your project from Lucas Metal Works.

Lucas Metal Works' headquarters is located between Tulsa and Bartlesville just off Highway 75 in Ochelata. For more information, call 866-689-8904 or 918-535-2726, or visit www.lucasmetalworks.com. Stop and visit with us at the KNID Agrifest in exhibits E 66 and 67.

Date: 12/24/2012



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