Work has begun on the first metal-framed home in the Fountain Grove neighborhood of Santa Rosa, CA, which was ravaged by wildfires last October. All the framing material will be provided by SCAFCO Steel Stud Company and CWallA.
Rainbow Rec Center in East Oakland, CA provides youth in an underserved area with a safe, nurturing environment. We are proud to see SCAFCO Steel Stud Company products playing a key role in the facility’s expansion and renovation.
Expert Drywall chose SCAFCO products for this 41-story, 430-unit residential tower at 9th and Lenora in Seattle. With 8,284 square feet of retail at grade, it’s a great addition to this vibrant neighborhood.
A Bay Area contractor is using SCAFCO Steel Stud Company studs on this steel-and-wood-framed hotel near the Oakland airport.
The Harver Company, a CWallA customer just south of Portland, is using SCAFCO products to frame a Chevrolet dealership in Sublimity, Oregon, for general contractor Perlo Construction.
CWallA’s San Jose stocking crew pitched in on an order for Stockton branch customer Eric Stark Interiors. The result? Over 94,000 square feet of drywall, SCAFCO steel, and accessories delivered – all in one shot!
What an awesome shot! Check out this view of Lone Mountain in the heart of the Montana Rockies – framed by SCAFCO steel, of course. Talk about a beautiful workplace.
Rising 12 stories above the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, the Urban Green Villa is a mixed-use tower featuring retail space and 116 apartment units with multiple open-air amenity spaces at the mid and roof levels. Contractor Sessler, Inc., has chosen SCAFCO framing products for this project – including SoundGuard, which is a smart choice to limit sound transmission between rooms and units!
Livingston Elementary, a 62,000-square-foot private school in Salem, is being framed with 100% SCAFCO products. The contractor has also chosen CWallA to provide the 52,000 square feet of ceilings that the project requires!
Framed by Guy Tabacco Construction with SCAFCO products, this building in Great Falls will house Opportunity Bank of Montana on the ground level. The second and third floors will be mixed use tenant improvement build-outs.