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
The century old historic Flour Mill, built in 1895, is located on the north bank of the Spokane River. Fully operational until 1972, it was renovated as a shopping center in conjunction with preparations for the World’s Fair that Spokane hosted in 1974.
The Chelan County Public Utilites District Service Center is looking great thanks to SCAFCO Steel!
All Wall of Post Falls, Idaho has been busy framing the Spokane Tribal Casino Addition in Airway Heights. This includes our Perfect Curve assembly above the new bar area. SCAFCO engineering provided the drawings and correct pieces to make the work seamless for their framing team.
Big Sky Resort’s “Swift Current 6” Chairlift Project
With CWallA supplied SCAFCO Steel Studs, contractor RDJ Brothers are framing the upper terminal and chair lift storage at 9,208 ft. elevation for this new state-of-the-art chairlift will increase uphill capacity out of the Big Sky Resort Mountain Village base area by up to 50%.
Utilizing SCAFCO Steel supplied by CWallA, 1200 Stewart is built upon a three-story retail podium, includes two 48-story high-rise luxury apartment towers and a four-story mid-rise apartment tower totaling 1,050 units.
The Paul D. Wachholz College Center at Flathead Valley Community College is a 50,000-square-foot facility will include a gymnasium, reception hall and exhibition gallery, outdoor amphitheater and a state-of-the-art performance hall with 1,000 seats.
Quality Concession Trailers, a very loyal CWallA customer, in Fresno, CA uses SCAFCO Steel Stud products in their custom made concession and BBQ trailers.
The Oregon State Treasury Resiliency building in Salem, OR is a 2-story, 36,000 square foot state of the art resilient building designed to withstand a 9.0 earthquake without damage by floating the building on isolation grommets to absorb seismic movement.
SCAFCO Steel Stud products are gleaming at Livermore High School sports complex by CWallA customer Concord Drywall.
CWallA Seattle employees stock SCAFCO Steel at an Amazon Build-to-Suit office project comprised of two Class A 15-story office towers totaling 716,584-square-feet in downtown Bellevue, WA called the Bellevue 1001 Office Towers.
CWallA customer Steel Stud Structures used SCAFCO Steel Studs on the Whitworth Health and Sciences building for GC Walker Construction.
A dual-brand hotel containing a Marriott Residence Inn and AC Hotel rises above downtown Oakland at 1431 Jefferson St. The hotel is utilizing SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Sound Guard Silent Steel Framing System.
This Forensics Lab in San Francisco, just two blocks from the CWallA Building Materials branch, is really starting to take shape.
The Podium, a new world class multi-sport venue on the North bank of the Spokane River next to Riverfront Park is nearing completion. The foot print is 135,000 square feet with 75,000 square feet of competition space, featuring a state of the art venue to attract national and international competitions.
New construction of a 3-story, 55,000 square foot science building at the San Pablo Campus for Contra Costa College. New classrooms will include teaching laboratories, laboratory support spaces, student study and tutorial spaces, general-use classrooms, meeting rooms, faculty offices, and related support spaces. The building will also feature a new planetarium specially designed for the building.
The new Passenger Terminal Building for the Missoula International Airport is planned to be a state-of-the-art facility for the traveling public. Missoula (also known as the Garden City) has been experiencing year-over-year record growth for over a decade.
CWallA customer West Coast Drywall is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Priceless Header and Kwik-Jamb System on the new Frederiksen Elementary School in Dublin, CA.
1001 Van Ness Avenue is a high-rise 247-unit assisted living project located in San Francisco’s Van Ness corridor. CWallA customer Meca Builders is using SCAFCO’s SoundGuard Silent Steel Framing Systems to frame the units.
This load bearing project at the Union Gospel Mission in Salem is being stocked by the great Salem CWallA boom truck team.