Providing custom metal buildings, pre-designed packaged buildings, barns, sheds, garages, car ports, awnings, metal roofs, pool coverings, concrete foundations, sidewalks, patios, skid steer services, dirt work, pads, fences, entryways, electrical services and more. 

Serving Central Texas including Waco, Temple, Belton, Hillsboro, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Killeen, Round Rock, Gatesville, Corsicana, Bryan, College Station, Stephenville, Waxahachie, Midlothian, Mansfield, and more. 

Steel Frame Structure
Waco Tribune-Herald
Metal Sports Complex
Concrete Pad

About Metal Mansions Unlimited

Heart of Texas Builders Association
Skid Steer

Metal Mansions Unlimited was started as Lane Construction in 2006 with just 2 employees, welding fences, gates, and small metal buildings. Our focus has grown into metal buildings of all sizes, commercial or residential. Chances are, if it has a steel frame, we have built it. As the demand for steel frame homes grew, Metal Mansions Unlimited was born on June 17, 2016. MMU has grown from just 2 employees to 2- 4 man metal building crews, a skid steer services crew and a long list of dependable sub contractors.

Along the way we have learned that customers desire the best quality product above anything else and we have made that our #1 priority in every project. MMU has built a reputation of being the best metal building contractor in Central Texas and will continue to grow and maintain that reputation! Our company provides complete turn key pricing on anything from dirt work, sidewalks, metal shops, to steel frame homes! We are the MASTERS OF METAL MANSIONS!


​Metal Buildings, Concrete, and Electrical Services

Metal Mansions Unlimited has grown because of the Central Texas community, and we have not forgot that. Located to the left is a picture of the front page of the Waco Tribune Herald for the work we did for Mart Youth Baseball/Softball Association. To the right is a picture of one of the 2 bleacher covers we built for them.  Metal Mansions Unlimited believes in the community, and will always strive to help where it is needed.  Read the full article by clicking on the link below.