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 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.
A Bay Area contractor is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs on this steel-and-wood-framed hotel near the Oakland airport.
A CWallA customer is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products to frame a Chevrolet dealership in Sublimity, Oregon. It’s an appropriate location for a framing job that looks pretty, well…sublime!
CWallA’s San Jose stocking crew pitched in on an order for Stockton branch customer Eric Stark Interiors. The result? Over 94,000 square feet of drywall, SCAFCO steel, and accessories delivered – all in one shot!
At SCAFCO, our products can frame just about anything – including this gorgeous view of Lone Mountain in the Montana Rockies!
Rising 12 stories above the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, the Urban Green Villa is a mixed-use tower featuring retail space and 116 apartment units with multiple open-air amenity spaces at the mid and roof levels. Contractor Sessler, Inc., has chosen SCAFCO framing products for this project – including SoundGuard, which is a smart choice to limit sound transmission between rooms and units!
Livingston Elementary, a 62,000-square-foot private school in Salem, is being framed with 100% SCAFCO products.
Framed by Guy Tabacco Construction with SCAFCO products, this building in Great Falls will house Opportunity Bank of Montana on the ground level. The second and third floors will be mixed use tenant improvement build-outs.
CWallA supplied the SCAFCO studs for this building at Wailea Village Center on Maui. The Maui News reports that the 43,000-square-foot retail center is about halfway to completion.
School is nearly out for summer, but steel framing season is firmly underway! Talcott Construction chose SCAFCO steel studs to frame this project at Charles M. Russell High School, one of two high schools in Great Falls, Montana.
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 structures SCAFCO has helped make possible.
Even in architecturally impressive San Francisco, the wavy white façade of CWallA customer Giampolini’s recent job stands out. The TransBay Terminal, built using SCAFCO steel with the oversight of general contractor Webcor, will act as a hub for 11 transit services, including Amtrak, Caltrain, and BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and has been hailed as the “Grand Central Station of the West” by Mass Transit Magazine.
Steel versus wood: Everyone has an opinion. Fortunately, SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products play well with others. Here they are working in perfect harmony with wood framing at a bank project in Wyoming – the contractor’s first job using metal studs!
With the installation process running smoothly, SoundGuard is well on its way to keeping noise in check at this pea cannery in Bozeman, Montana.
Performance Contracting, Inc., is using SCAFCO products on their project at the Seattle Opera House! With the exterior metal work wrapping up, PCI is now ready to start on the interior framing.