CWallA has settled into our new location at 192 Bertelsen Road in Eugene, OR. Come visit us! We can’t guarantee a gorgeous sunset like this one, but we CAN guarantee great service and a huge selection.
This high school is one part of a new educational complex in Madera, California, that will eventually include an elementary school, middle school, and high school. CWallA supplied SCAFCO’s Perfect Curve product, which was brought in to provide aesthetic interest. These before and after photos do a great job of highlighting how Perfect Curve can help turn something as mundane as a ceiling fan into a striking architectural detail.
In 1972, 108 police officers moved into office space at Salem, Oregon’s City Hall. Today, there’s a new facility under construction to accommodate a police department comprising nearly 200 officers and over 50 staff members.
Expected to be complete in September of 2020, the new Salem Police Department building was designed by local firm CB | Two Architects, in conjunction with police design specialists DLR Group. Longtime CWallA client Western Partitions Inc is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs to frame the project.
WPI Foreman Sean O’Neil appeared on a September episode of Building Buzz to discuss to project. That interview can be found below.
With the framing work well underway, Salem PD’s future home is starting to take shape!
This Sonoma Valley winery is renowned for its small-batch, detail-oriented approach to winemaking. It should come as no surprise, then, that their new hospitality center and winery facility makes especially beautiful and precise use of SCAFCO’s Perfect Curve product, sourced from CWallA!
This CWallA customer is hard at work on a high school in Seaside, Oregon. To protect it from tsunamis, the school is being built on a hill and framed with top-quality SCAFCO steel studs.
Great things are on the horizon for the athletics department at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. The University has started construction on a new Athletic Leadership Center, using CWallA-sourced SCAFCO products. With a footprint of 27,520 square feet, it will eventually house the offices of the university’s athletic coaches.
With clips from CWallA, this project at California State University – Monterey Bay is coming along nicely!
In corporate offices, it’s crucial to control noise levels. That’s why CWallA stocks SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s SoundGuard Silent Steel Framing System – put to ideal use on this job in Foster City, CA!
Our District Sales Manager captured this great shot of the sun rising over a truck preparing to depart CWallA’s Spokane branch.
A CWallA employee snapped this photo of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel framing a new mall in San Francisco, CA.