Austin from All Wall Contracting, Post Falls Idaho is proud of his framing craftmanship recently putting the finishing touches on the grand skylight of the new Kindred Bookstore and Bistro in Post Falls. Featuring SCAFCO Perfect Curve Products, the new building in Millworx, is part of a new urban destination and revitalization of the old Idaho Veneer Mill site in Post Falls.
First Class Studs
These captivating photos, captured during the snowy months, highlight the dedication of Dick Anderson Construction, a trusted partner of CWallA, as they utilize SCAFCO Steel Studs to bring this remarkable project to life. Witness the beauty of craftsmanship and resilience in the winter landscape!
Curve Your Enthusiasm
SCAFCO Steel Stud’s Perfect Curve makes waves at the Google Kirkland Urban South building, thanks to the teamwork of the project manager and SCAFCO’s Engineering team. The rooftop forms were constructed flawlessly, impressing executives at CWallA customer BNBuilders and paving the way for future collaborations on upcoming projects. Great teamwork and innovative solutions from SCAFCO and CWallA!
The Seeds of Success
This expansion project at Hermiston High School will bring 12 new classrooms including specifics for sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics, and plant sciences.
Emerald High School’s Future Shines
CWallA customer Harrison Drywall utilized SCAFCO Steel Studs in the future Emerald High School in Dublin, CA.
Summit Wall Systems Inc. successfully stood the first of the prefabricated wall panels at Scheel’s Sports in Meridian, ID – this one 45 feet tall!
In a growing trend, Sletten Construction utilized Pre-built panels for the Benefis Hospital in Helena, MT.
More SCAFCO Perfect Curve at the Spokane Tribal Casino.
Filled with SCAFCO Steel provided by CWallA Reno, a new student housing high-rise development is under construction across the street from the University of Nevada, Reno. When completed, The Academy at Reno will be 12-stories high and hold 755 beds.
OSU Reser Stadium
CWallA customer WPI is using SCAFCO Steel on the Reser Stadium project at Oregon State University.
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