SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Perfect Curve features prominently at Ryan Ranch Breast Care center in Monterey, CA.
Powerhouse Science Center is revitalizing the historic PG&E power station – listed on the National Register of Historic Places – into a dynamic new campus right on the Sacramento River. This over 51’ projection dome uses stretchformed stud profiles and track designed specifically for this project.
This unique green house in Montana is using 20 foot SCAFCO Steel Studs, Elevator Stud Splice Clips, Hat Channel, and an assortment of SCAFCO Clips.
The new Bozeman Health Ambulatory Care Center in Bozeman, MT is looking great!
This new fire station in San Francisco is first being built on a barge before being towed by boat to its final destination on Pier 22.5 to replace the existing Fire Station 35.
Consolidated Drywall sourced SCAFCO Steel from CWallA to frame Apex at Lawrence Station in Santa Clara, CA. This luxury resort-style community will have 126 flats when finished.
Two KC-135 Stratotankers from Fairchild Air Force Base fly over Spokane on Friday afternoon in honor of those working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stocking a job in Folsom, CA. Feeling fortunate to be busy during this pandemic. Stay safe everyone!
Under general contractor South Bay Construction, CWallA customer SBI Interiors is using SCAFCO steel to frame this tenant improvement project in Mountain View, California.
AWCI’s Excellence in Construction Innovation Award recognizes products, services, materials, technologies or systems that improve the means and methods utilized in the wall and ceiling industry.
Congratulations SCAFCO on receiving this prestigious award.
“SoundGuard replaces traditional double-studded walls with a single-stud configuration, making it much faster to install. Additionally, bracing and resilient channel are not needed, allowing the contractor to construct walls faster. SoundGuard requires less drywall and no RC channel, and reduces the need for special sound-type wallboards and bracing in chase walls, reducing costs through less material and labor requirements.”