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.
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.