Business Profile: Dynamic Structures


EAST PALESTINE, Ohio — In another phase of strategic growth that began earlier this year with a revamped logo and a new facility expansion, Dynamic Structures has launched an interactive Web site.

The site,, provides expanded information about the extent of the company’s capabilities and services in general construction, industrial work, steel, pole and socket set buildings, concrete and ICF buildings, all in an easily accessible format.

One of the main features of the new Web site is an easy-to-view photo gallery broken down by specific services that highlights the extensive work of the company. The site also provides easy access to free estimate request forms, detailed to the specific need of the future client.

As a general contractor, Dynamic Structures, located in East Palestine, Ohio, has been involved in long-term, high-end commercial and industrial projects. Yet, it remains loyal to its agricultural and residential owners looking to build.

The company supplies and erects steel, socket set and pole buildings. It builds additions to homes, offices and warehouses. As a concrete contractor, it is fully equipped to turn out large square footage pours as well as building ICF concrete homes and structures.

Dynamic Structures enjoys a large involvement in the agricultural market from barns and high roof span garages for equipment, to building horse arenas. For the industrial client, it provides all manner of services from building, to plant renovations, to equipment relocation and demolition.

The company also enjoys working with the commercial market in the design and build area for manufacturing plants, offices and strip mall development.

Centrally located in Ohio, Dynamic Structures serves the tri-state area and occasionally beyond.

Dynamic Structures Inc. can be reached at 77 E. Taggart Street Ste. B, East Palestine, OH 44413; call 330-426-3035 or 800-824-3654; e-mail; or visit

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