Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM — 5:00 PM, Saturday: 8:00 AM — 12:00 PM, Sunday: Closed
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Phone: 800-214-3245
Phone: 972-225-8138
Fax: 972-225-7407

Just south of Dallas on I-45, 2 miles south of I-20. Take the Wintergreen exit. Eagle Building Systems located across the street.

Our Hutchins location is even more convenient for projects and job sites in the South Dallas area. Let us be your one-stop shop for all your building material needs from Fort Worth to DeSoto to Mesquite. We're proud to be a family business that treats all our customers with kindness and respect, and we've also got the resources to fill even the biggest orders. That's why Greenville Steel can be found today in truly Texas-sized projects like the Dallas Zoo, the American Airlines Center and even our very own Dallas Cowboys Stadium. We helped build the stadium for America's Team! And Greenville Steel wants to be America's steel supplier. Reach out to us today and let us know how we can help you turn your project into a finished one. Customer satisfaction is our top priority at Greenville Steel.

When it comes to major construction projects, having a quality supplier you can trust makes all the difference. At Greenville Steel, you can trust us because we have years of experience working on some of the biggest projects in the region. What's more, our steel has traveled all over the country! When you need structural steel for your next project — from a single I-beam to truckload after truckload — Greenville Steel has got your back. Check out our Hutchens location at 540 Skyline Drive, Hutchins, TX 75141. If you have questions, you can call us at the number at the top of this page and a friendly associate will take good care of you. Or, when you're ready to visit our showroom, take the Wintergreen exit from I-45 just moments south of the junction with I-20. You'll be impressed with our size, selection and — most importantly — pricing.

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