One of the popular trends in modern design is that of sharp corners, clean lines and exposed structures. For years, there has only been domestic production of stainless steel and aluminum in sharp cornered profiles, but lately many designers are requesting this feature in carbon steel. With its plant expansion complete, Stainless Structurals America can…Details
In August of 2019, Stainless Structurals broke ground on a new construction project to increase capacity and further develop the facility in Conroe, Texas. Now complete, this expansion will benefit our team, the community and our clients in many ways.
One of the major underlying issues to come along with the Coronavirus pandemic is that of the United States’ dependence on foreign countries for the supply of pharmaceutical drugs. Over the past few decades, the production of medicines for the U.S. population has gradually moved overseas. In fact, as of this past April, less than…Details
On a daily basis, the University Center in downtown Philadelphia is full of college students, business people and tourists taking in the sites around town. One of the busiest SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) stations in the city is located in the heart of University Center at 30th Street and Market Street. This particularly demanding…Details
In the fall of 2017, work began on the Century Project in Seattle, Washington. This project revolved around the renovation of the iconic Space Needle. The 56-year-old structure was in need of a long list of improvements, with the most evident being the observation deck.
Architectural Bollards can serve several purposes. Two of the most common are for accessibility as well as aesthetics. One recent job in New York City required stainless steel bollards to serve both of these functions which was a perfect fit for laser-fused stainless tubing.
ASTM International just recently published the new revised standard A1069/A1069M-19. This is the standard specification for laser and laser hybrid welded stainless steel bars, plates and shapes. This revision provides some distinct advantages to engineers and architects for when they specify A1069 for their projects.
The University of California San Diego is home to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. One of this research institution’s unique facilities is the Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier. Located right on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, this pier was in need of a railing replacement. Greenfield Fence in Oceanside, California, performed the fabrication and…Details
Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the demand for stainless steel split wide flange beams, or more commonly called W Tees. There are several characteristics making these profiles more popular and Stainless Structurals America is here to meet the market demand.
To assist architects, engineers and designers with using stainless steel structural profiles in their designs, Stainless Structurals America has now made Revit files available for the standard sections. Please continue reading below to find out more information.