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.
Exterior framing at Contra Costa College’s New Science building using SCAFCO Steel Stud’s 600S162-97U and framed by New West Partitions.
CWallA customer Daley’s Drywall did a great job on the framing at Cepheid Manufacturing in Newark, CA.
Scheduled to open in time for fall semester 2021, Gonzaga’s Integrated Science and Engineering (ISE) facility will add more than 82,000 square feet dedicated to classroom and laboratory education for STEM disciplines.
The ISE facility challenged CWalla with a tight space for delivering the steel (pictured above), which included 6-inch and 10-inch 54 mil SCAFCO Structural Steel Studs up to 30 feet long. CWallA met the challenge and safely coordinated the delivery amongst 21 cement trucks, also delivering the same day.
BEK of Alaska chose SCAFCO steel studs to frame this project at Lexington Elementary School in Kelso, WA.
CWallA customer RDJ Brothers, Inc. chose SCAFCO products for this project at the Missoula International Airport in Montana.
WPI sourced SCAFCO Steel from CWallA to frame the new Hayward Field Renovation at the University of Oregon. Runners, jumpers, and throwers will enjoy state-of-the-art locker rooms, practice spaces, and athletic medicine rooms.
SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Perfect Curve features prominently at Ryan Ranch Breast Care center in Monterey, CA.