Structural steel buildings are growing in popularity over the past decades and needless to say, steel structures are the primary choice when it comes to industrial structures. Steel has always been more preferred to concrete because of its efficiency and the property of ductility. Lateral loading on the steel structures are generally resisted by moment resisting and braced frames. Braced structures are considered to be more efficient as the number of floors and height of the building increases. Previous studies show the effectiveness of various bracings on steel as well as concrete. But the effectiveness of various configurations of bracings on irregular multi-storied buildings is not studied deeply. The present study aims to investigate the seismic performance of a turbine building which houses components vital to generation of electricity. Analytical model of the turbine building is developed using structural analysis and design software, STAAD.Pro. Seismic performance of multi-storey steel turbine building for different configurations of bracings (namely X, V and inverted V) is investigated using equivalent static analysis and response spectrum analysis method to compare the seismic performance.