From Quonset Huts to Modern Offices, Topline’s Kansas Roots Have Grown to Serve Your metal Building Needs
Topline Steel Buildings based in Rose Hill, Kansas, has been family-owned by two generations for more than two decades. Ask our co-owners Kim, Lucas, and Jacob Hocker, what we like best about our work? Family. “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.”
A lot has changed over the years. Our family has grown, and so has our business. We still help supply hay barns and farm buildings to farmers in Kansas and the Midwest – and now 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.”
“Over 80% of our business is from repeat customers or referrals. Each custom metal building project is as unique as the customer, and each is treated with special care.” – Kim Hocker
How does Topline Steel Buildings continue to grow? We innovate. We’re constantly redefining the possibilities of what our metal buildings can achieve. What began with Quonset huts in Kansas has now become a steel buildings business that constructs metal barns, churches, schools, aircraft facilities, gymnasiums, storage centers, rodeo arenas, storefronts, strip malls, modern office space, and much more.
Topline Steel Buildings: Our Growth in Numbers
- Metal buildings in 101 of 105 counties in Kansas
- Metal buildings in 71 of 93 counties in Nebraska
- Metal buildings in 76 of 99 counties in Iowa
- Metal buildings in 79 of 114 counties in Missouri
Our family has been working steel for two generations with customer service as our foundation. When you choose Topline Steel Buildings, you choose the Hockers – considerate people in an imperfect world. We look forward to Topline’s continued growth with generations to come!