Google moves forward with new campus

2019-09-22T02:13:23+00:00March 8th, 2017|News Articles|

Google moves forward with new campus SFGATE, March 8, 2017 "The project, dubbed the Charleston East campus, is the first major real estate project that Google will build from the ground up. At its heart is a planned 595,000-square-foot, two-story office building shaped to resemble a puffy white cloud, with solar panels on the [...]

Excellence in Safety, Sports/Entertainment Best Project – T-Mobile Arena

2016-12-04T22:36:25+00:00October 24th, 2016|News Articles|

Excellence in Safety, Sports/Entertainment Best Project – T-Mobile Arena ENR Southwest, October 24, 2016 "Teams utilized more than 7,000 pieces of steel, weighing more than 7,100 tons in total. Meanwhile, the 350-ft-long main trusses support a 200,000-lb, capacity-rigging grid, which is used for hanging equipment for concerts and events." Read Full Article

Photos capture final beam placement for Utah Valley Hospital’s new Patient Tower

2016-12-07T00:35:47+00:00June 30th, 2016|News Articles|

Photos capture final beam placement for Utah Valley Hospital’s new Patient Tower Utah Valley 360, June 30, 2016 "Construction workers placed the final beam for Utah Valley Hospital’s new Patient Tower Thursday morning, marking the building’s halfway point." Read Full Article

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building

2016-12-07T00:31:06+00:00June 30th, 2016|News Articles|

Utah Valley Hospital’s Patient Tower becomes county’s tallest building Daily Herald, June 30, 2016 "The Patient Tower is part of the hospital’s ongoing replacement project. The first floor of the tower will connect to the first floor of the West Building. The building is 209 feet tall and will have 410 windows and 1,604 [...]

Hat Truss-Supported Office Tower in Salt Lake City

2016-08-09T03:37:20+00:00June 1st, 2016|News Articles|

Hat Truss-Supported Office Tower in Salt Lake City STRUCTURE Magazine, June 2016 "111 Main's innovative "balanced" structure system supports the 25-story high-rise above an adjacent performing arts center" "In Salt Lake City, Utah, at 387 feet above grade, 111 Main has become the newest and one of the tallest additions to the skyline. Currently [...]

It’s Up…It’s GOOD!

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00March 11th, 2016|News Articles|

"49ers & Levi's Stadium" image by Travis Wise is licensed under CC BY 2.0 It's Up…It's GOOD! Modern Steel Construction, March 2016 "The all-steel superstructure uses 17,000 tons of structural steel plus approximately 6,000 tons for stairs and miscellaneous use. The stadium’s delivery—over one month ahead of even the accelerated schedule, another NFL record—was celebrated with [...]

Why This Super Bowl Will Truly Be American-Made

2016-02-08T19:41:51+00:00February 2nd, 2016|News Articles|

Why This Super Bowl Will Truly Be American-Made Alliance for American Manufacturing, February 3, 2016 "Levi's Stadium is proof that everyone wins with American-made steel." "Not only is Levi's Stadium nearly 100 percent Made in America, through a remark able effort of teamwork, it was erected in five month s and came in about [...]

The Vegas High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00May 1st, 2015|News Articles|

The Vegas High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ Modern Steel Construction, May 2015 "AISC IDEAS2 Awards" "At 550 ft tall and a cost of $300 million, the Vegas High Roller, which opened in March 2014, is the largest observation wheel ever built. Caesars Entertainment—the owner—wanted its observation wheel to not only be the [...]

LAX’s New Tom Bradley International Terminal Achieves LEED Gold

2016-12-06T02:28:34+00:00April 4th, 2015|News Articles|

LAX’s New Tom Bradley International Terminal Achieves LEED Gold Fentress Architects, April 4, 2015 "Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the Pacific gateway to the United States, has achieved LEED Gold certification for its new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), the crown jewel of the Bradley West renovation. This makes the 1.25 million square foot [...]

Ironworkers Help Build Iconic Dome

2019-10-20T13:52:34+00:00February 1st, 2015|News Articles|

Ironworkers Help Build Iconic Dome The Ironworker, February 2015 "‘We worked hand in hand with the engineers and the architect to make sure all the pieces of the puzzle fit together right,’ says Ott. All of the dome’s pipe pieces, also called members, were made in shops in Salt Lake City and in Phoenix [...]