Mortenson-Clark tops out San Francisco stadium

2018-10-28T04:01:05+00:00September 17th, 2018|News Articles|

Mortenson-Clark tops out San Francisco stadium ConstructionDive.com, September 17, 2018 "SME Steel Contractors began structural work in November 2017, and fabricated and installed 10,600 tons of steel in the Chase structure and a total of 17,000 tons in the entirety of the arena-anchored mixed-use development." Read Full Article

Mortenson | Clark Joint Venture Celebrates Topping Out of San Francisco’s Chase Center

2018-10-28T03:55:53+00:00September 14th, 2018|News Articles|

Mortenson | Clark Joint Venture Celebrates Topping Out of San Francisco’s Chase Center Mortenson | Clark JV, September 14, 2018 "The Topping Out ceremony culminates 10 months of structural steel work on site, an effort which began in November 2017. SME Steel Contractors, the arena’s steel fabricator and erector, installed nearly 10,600 tons of [...]

Chargers and Rams Celebrate L.A. Stadium Topping Out Ceremony

2018-07-03T01:44:10+00:00June 26th, 2018|News Articles|

Chargers and Rams Celebrate L.A. Stadium Topping Out Ceremony www.chargers.com, June 26, 2018 "The final steel beam was laid by Paul Graham and Victor Tabora, two SME ironworkers who had the honor of laying the first beam, as well. Much like football requires all 11 players on the field functioning as a single unit [...]

U2’s Enormous Claw Stage to Become Permanent Installation

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00April 10th, 2018|News Articles|

U2’s Enormous Claw Stage to Become Permanent Installation Rolling Stone, April 10, 2018 "This giant structure was meant to be assembled and disassembled in the span of about three days and then moved. We are turning it into a permanent structure that should last for 70 or 80 years." Read Full Article [...]

Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum could slow Utah’s growth, critics say

2018-03-08T02:09:46+00:00March 6th, 2018|News Articles|

Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum could slow Utah's growth, critics say Salt Lake Tribune, March 6, 2018 "Despite Trump’s insistence on going forward, Utah Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee and Rep. Mia Love have joined a growing chorus of Republican lawmakers calling on the president to back off." Read Full Article [...]

Glorious New Renderings Show How the Olympics Could Transform L.A.

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00April 27th, 2017|News Articles|

Glorious New Renderings Show How the Olympics Could Transform L.A. L.A. Magazine, April 2017 "If the Olympics come to L.A. in 2024, surprisingly little about the city would actually have to change. With arenas already scattered throughout our sprawling metropolis and two shiny new stadiums in the works (thanks, The Rams), no new permanent [...]

VR was essential to Gensler’s design of NVIDIA’s new headquarters

2017-04-19T02:13:41+00:00April 13th, 2017|News Articles|

VR was essential to Gensler's design of NVIDIA's new headquarters The Architects Newspaper, April 13, 2017 "The building is actually capped by a steel truss roof supported by steel beam walls and columns. The deeply-overhanging and undulating roof creates a cavernous interior volume below. Whenever the roof’s folded planes meet at a peak or [...]

Okland Wins Excellence in Concrete Award for 111 Main

2018-07-03T01:36:22+00:00March 30th, 2017|News Articles|

Okland Wins Excellence in Concrete Award for 111 Main Okland Construction, March 30, 2017 "The 24-story office tower’s most visible feature is its balanced hat truss system that supports the building with no load-bearing columns on the perimeter. This enables 111 Main to overhang the adjacent theater by 45 feet." Read Full Article