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Ask Topline Steel Buildings co-owners Kim, Lucas and Jacob Hocker what they like best about work, and you’ll get a simple answer —“Family.” One way or another, the Hocker family has been working in the steel business for the last 20 years. “It all started when our father Kim decided to sell steel Quonset huts to Kansas farmers,” says Jake. “Since then, the company has grown and evolved.” The Hockers still help farmers of the Midwest, but have expanded to sell steel buildings to Fortune 500 CEOs. “That’s the great thing about what I do every day,” says Luke. “I get to meet good people and help them build something worthwhile.”
A lot has changed over the years. The Hocker family has grown and so has the business. Topline Steel Buildings is constantly redefining the possibilities of what metal buildings can achieve. What began with Quonset huts has now become a business that constructs metal barns, churches, schools, aircraft facilities, gymnasiums, storage centers, rodeo arenas, store fronts, strip malls, modern office space, and more!
The Hockers have been working steel for two generations, and expect to be in the business for generations to come. With an outlook like that, you can count on solid customer care and service. “Over 80% of our business is from repeat customers or referrals,” says Kim. “Each metal building project is as unique as the customer, and each is treated with special care.” When you choose Topline Steel Buildings, you choose the Hockers—considerate people in an imperfect world.