From Amazon to Apple and from luxury condos to Silicon Valley student housing, SCAFCO products are specified in some of the most exciting projects in the West. Check out a few of the amazing … Read More about SCAFCO Projects Rise Above
Products from CWallA helped this customer in California work efficiently to complete this 155,200 SF front-load concrete tilt-up building.
Using SCAFCO studs, Dick Anderson Construction is working hard despite bitter cold to frame this auto auction building in Billings, MT.
CWallA’s Spokane branch manager captured this great image of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel gleaming in the winter sun!
A general contractor in Wyoming is working with SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel on this project near the eastern entrance to Yellowstone.
Over 450,000 pounds of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel studs have been shipped to the site of this educational complex in Madera, California. When completed, this building – the first of nine – will house administrative offices, a library, and a computer lab.
Extraordinary soffit construction and impressive lateral and angle bracing are hallmarks of this D9 Contractors job at Quincy High School in Quincy, Washington, where SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs frame the inside and outside of the school’s administrative wing. Thanks for the photos, D9!
A CWallA customer is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs to frame these luxury apartments in Portland. Choosing SCAFCO steel contributes to the complex’s LEED Silver construction standard – a standard that the contractor hopes to upgrade to Gold!
Construction on The Meridian, a memory care and assisted living facility, is well underway in San Jose. The three-story building is composed of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company structural light-gauge framing and steel; when complete, it will house 52 units, 78 beds, community areas, a dining room/kitchen, laundry rooms, two elevators, and three staircases.
Court will soon be in session in Billings, Montana, where Hardy Construction is using SCAFCO steel to frame the Yellowstone County Courthouse.
With SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel, framing work at the University of Portland’s Dundon-Berchtold Hall is coming along beautifully! Once complete, this new academic center will contain classrooms, offices, a gathering space, and the Dundon-Berchtold Institute, which offers classes, public events, and support for student-faculty research.
RDJ Brothers, Inc, a contractor in Northwest Montana, has chosen SCAFCO products to frame this project at an elementary school in Helena, Montana.
The legacy of Jim Darcy, a Helena, Montana native who served in the United States Army, lives on in the school that bears his name. That legacy will now last even longer: Jim Darcy Elementary is being reframed using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products.
This customer built their own panels at their shop, and made the smart choice of using SCAFCO to frame this mini storage project in Salem, Oregon!
This project at Boise State University’s Center for Fine Arts makes great use of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Kwik Bridge products.
In January of 2019, students at Whittier Elementary in Idaho will begin moving into their new school, which has been framed using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs.
A CWallA customer sent us these great shots of a community center their company is framing in Nevada. All external steel was made by SCAFCO Steel Stud Company!
Boise’s Capital Terrace Building is getting an updated look, including new awnings to complement the façade. The substructure is rock solid – SCAFCO Steel Stud Company provided the studs!
Located in Tacoma and scheduled to open in December of 2019, the 110,000-square-foot Emerald Queen Casino will nestle inside a 310,000-square-foot building that can go toe to toe with any other casino in Washington when it comes to sheer size. An estimated 230 panels of 68-mil SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs ranging from 44 to 50 feet long and 8 to 16 feet wide will be required to complete the job. Take a look at some of those panels being hung!
Work has begun on the first metal-framed home in the Fountain Grove neighborhood of Santa Rosa, CA, which was ravaged by wildfires last October. All the framing material will be provided by SCAFCO Steel Stud Company and CWallA.