SCAFCO products frame this three-story mixed-use structure in Palo Alto, California. When completed, the building will house 16 apartments on the second and third floors, offices on the second floor, retail on the first floor, and convenient underground parking.
SCAFCO steel is out of this world! Okay, maybe not quite, but it’s being used to frame this collaborative research facility at one of NASA’s research facilities.
SCAFCO steel and wine? As this expanding vineyard in Manteca, California, it’s a more likely combination than you might think!
Glad to see SCAFCO steel framing this future-forward workspace in Palo Alto, California!
This contractor at San Francisco International Airport made great use of SCAFCO Steel Stud Company’s Perfect Curve product in Terminal 1.
Ever seen a big box store…before the walls? Turns out there’s a whole lot of SCAFCO steel, at least at this huge project in Fresno, California!
CWallA distributed the SCAFCO steel used for this project in Portland’s rapidly-expanding Central Eastside district. When completed, this innovative 70,000-square-foot office building will feature prime amenities and creative workspaces.
This CWallA customer did some beautiful framing work with SCAFCO steel in Portland, Oregon.