Trachte Prefabricated Buildings
Trachte preassembled control buildings are available in custom sizes and configurations, shipped pre-erected with wall and ceiling mounted gear pre-installed. Buildings are available with or without a structural steel floor. Trachte’s detailed design and drawing support and factory preassembly provide clients with tremendous project management efficiencies, convenience, and a consistent, exceptional level of quality. The Trachte family has been a recognized leader in small span buildings and shelters for more than 90 years. Trachte bases its success on mutually beneficial relationships and strategic partnerships with end users, consulting engineers, contractors, OEMs and value-added resellers. A large percentage of current company growth comes from repeat customers.

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422 N. Burr Oak Ave.
Oregon, WI 53575
United States
Phone: 608-835-5707
Fax: 608-835-3920

Product Categories

Pump Lift Station; Pump Stations; Enclosures, Buildings; Insulated Enclosure; Structures

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