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
This CWallA customer is hard at work constructing Twelve Bridges High School in Lincoln, CA.
What’s the best way to frame a flat-roofed eco-home? Why, with SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs, of course! Because it can be recycled time and time again without losing its strength, steel is increasingly heralded as a green building option. Its use in projects like this can even help buildings achieve LEED certification!
Secure attachment meets seamless vertical deflection with the greatest allowable loads in the industry: The PLC4 clip by SCAFCO Steel Stud Company is the premium option for bypass curtain wall connections.
Steel can be recycled over and over again with no decrease in performance. In fact, it’s the most-recycled material on the planet! That makes it ideal for applications like this one: A 40,000-square-foot retail/office/energy plant on the campus of one of Spokane’s cleanest, greenest building projects – framed with SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs, of course.
This CWallA customer sourced SCAFCO steel for a multi-family residential job in Coeur d’ Alene, ID. When complete, the complex will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom luxury condos for sale in the downtown core.
12- and 14-gauge exterior framing from SCAFCO Steel Stud Company was just the ticket for this market in Rancho Murieta, California!
This high school is one part of a new educational complex in Madera, California, that will eventually include an elementary school, middle school, and high school. SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs are in use for all nine of the buildings on the high school’s campus – over 450,000 pounds of steel in all!
In addition to steel studs, SCAFCO’s Perfect Curve product has been brought in to provide aesthetic interest. These before and after photos do a great job of highlighting how Perfect Curve can help turn something as mundane as a ceiling fan into a striking architectural detail.
Expected to be complete in September of 2020, the new Salem Police Department building was designed by local firm CB | Two Architects, in conjunction with police design specialists DLR Group. Longtime CWallA client Western Partitions Inc is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs to frame the project.
WPI Foreman Sean O’Neil appeared on a September episode of Building Buzz to discuss to project. That interview can be found below.
With the framing work well underway, Salem PD’s future home is starting to take shape.
Wow! SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s curved track makes a serious impression at this new bank in St. Helena, CA!
This high school in Seaside, Oregon, is being built on a hill to keep it safe from tsunamis. For added strength in difficult weather conditions, it’s being framed with durable SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs.
This 20-unit affordable housing project in San Francisco is slated for completion next summer. The first three floors are well underway with CWallA-supplied SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel!
Great things are on the horizon for the athletics department at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. The University has started construction on a new Athletic Leadership Center, using CWallA-sourced SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products. With a footprint of 27,520 square feet, it will eventually house the offices of the university’s athletic coaches.
SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s SoundGuard Silent Steel Framing System is a great fit for corporate settings, like this Silicon Valley company’s new Foster City office!
This Sonoma Valley winery shows that with SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Perfect Curve product, steel and wood can make a beautiful pairing!
It takes plenty of steel to frame a gym! This CWallA customer has sourced SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products for this fitness center in Kalispell, MT.