The company BEST-POL S.A. manufactures steel structures of tent, warehouse and production halls. Steel constructions were designed according to Eurocodes, in accordance with the required standards PN-EN 1990 and PN-EN 1991. The design of the hall structure includes a technical description (with a set of statistical calculations) and a set of structural drawings of the hall with foundations.


The company has a certified – compliant with PN-EN ISO 3834-2 (TÜV Rh 01 202 PL/A-14 0870) – quality management system in welding, certified – in accordance with EN 1090-1 (TÜV Rh 0035-CPR-1090-1.00636 -TÜVRh.2014.001) – a system of Factory Production Control and a welding certificate in accordance with EN 1090-2 (TÜVRh-EN1090-2.00592.2014.001). These certifications entitle the company to place CE marking on steel constructions and issuing the European Declaration of Conformity.

Own design department

We have our own design, construction and graphic department. We work on the most modern programs for the design of 3D steel structures. We employ experienced management and engineering staff as well as steel construction fitters. Thanks to the efficient organization of the construction process, we are able to meet high requirements of each customer.

Advice and support

We encourage you to contact our experts in the field of steel and aluminium constructions. We provide you with professional advice in the preparation of the hall construction design as well as preparation of a ready construction project.


Light constructions of both steel and aluminium halls are relatively easy to maintain. However, one should remember about several fundamental principles to maximize the life of the structure and ensure the safety of use:

  • 1. The tension of the hall wind concentrations should be monitored on a regular basis. Too loose concentrations make the structure less stable. In a stronger wind this can lead to "movements" of the structure, causing weakening of joints, and thus the entire structure. It is also necessary to avoid too much tension of the cables, which can cause strong internal loads of the object, affecting its durability.
  • 2. In winter, the snow layer on the roof should be monitored. Snow cover can take different forms: from powder to stale and icy structure. As we have presented in the point above, the mass of icy snow can reach 800 kg/m3 in extreme cases! Depending on the snow resistance for which the hall is designed, it requires proper operation. With low snow resistance, there is a need to remove snow from the roof after heavy snowfall. At full resistance, snow removal is only needed in exceptional cases. In summary, the bigger snow resistance of the hall, the higher certainty an investor has that unforeseen events will not occur. Therefore, we always encourage our Customers to buy halls with full snow resistance, which are usually bought – and this factor is one of the most important. This solution gives you additional options. If we decide on a hall covered with a tarpaulin or trapezoidal sheet, we can in the future transform it into an insulated object covered with a sandwich panel without having to replace the supporting structure of the hall.