The new worship space at Bethel Baptist Church in Sacramento, California, has been framed using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel. It’s an impressive project with plenty of architectural interest!
At Clackamas Community College’s Barlow Hall, a contractor is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company RSIC-1 TTC clips and 30EQD hat channel to keep things a little quieter. Shop classes take place in a basement with quieter classrooms above. With SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products, the shop noise will stay where it belongs: in the shop!
The area around Santa Rosa, California, has been devastated by massive wildfires. As communities recover, many residents – like the owners of this SCAFCO-framed home – are choosing to rebuild using steel instead of wood studs. It’s the smart decision for fire-prone areas!
This first-time CWallA customer sourced SCAFCO steel for their storage project in Jefferson, Oregon. We think it’s coming together nicely!
For this project at Davidson Middle School in San Rafael, California, West Coast Drywall sourced SCAFCO steel and USG Securock from CWallA.
Cascade Acoustics, Inc. made great use of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company framing at this high school in Oregon. Fun fact: Figure skater Tonya Harding was once a student here!
Talk about having a vision! This CWallA customer is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel framing products on their project for the University of California, San Francisco’s Center for Vision Neurosciences.
The redevelopment of the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, which provides residential and non-residential care and services to older adults, is a massive undertaking. Framed by North Counties Drywall using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company steel, this project will help ensure that the Campus continues to serve the community for years to come.