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Fort Worth’s New West 7th Street Bridge

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

The $26 million West 7th Street Bridge was completed in November 2013, with work beginning in January 2012 and onsite work starting May 2013. This project replaces a century old bridge with a wider driving surface and wider pedestrian walkways. It is also the world’s first precast network arch bridge which allowed for completion in less than 150 days as opposed to a traditional design which would have taken over a year.

Steve Holley (24) and Mike Svob (24) worked with Sundt to provide a full range of products including chemicals, epoxies, fasteners, tools, lumber, turnbuckles, and braces. This project was a joint effort between our Fort Worth branch and our North Texas Rental location.

Thanks to Steve and Mike for their hard work on this project.

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The American Institute of Architects 2011 Conference

New Orleans, Louisiana

On May 12-14, the AIA hosted its national convention in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Commercial Metals participated with a booth that represented CMC divisions from throughout the company.  Jimmie Ballard, National Tilt-Up Product Manager, represented CRP and educated architects & engineers about the benefits of CMC’s tilt-up products and services.

The (3) day event brought in the top design professionals and more than 800 exhibitors from around the country.  Along with the expo there were 200+ planned program offerings, including pre-convention workshops, theme presentations and continuing education learning units (CEUs).  AIA is the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professions and allied partners and has nearly 300 state and local chapters.

SC Electric and Gas Operations Building

Charleston, South Carolina

Branch 82 in Charleston, South Carolina is working with Citadel Contractors on the SC Electric and Gas Operations Building, a new tilt-up construction project in Charleston. Donald Jackson (80) and Kyle Weeks (82) aka “The Dynamic Duo” worked with Jason Swagert (VP), Ted Powell (PM) and Superintendent Glen Griffith to provide the total package of construction products and services on this project.

Products include:

Thanks to Jim, Charlie, Robbie, Matthew, Ryan and Gene for making it happen each day!

CMC 16th Annual Houston Golf Classic

Houston YMCA is Underway!

YMCA-Houston, TX

Houston, Texas

Construction is under way for a new downtown Houston YMCA facility. Tellepsen is serving as the general contractor, Kirksey was selected as the architect and Haynes Waley is providing structural engineering services for the project.

Jesse Sandoval, supplied Tellepsen with the vapor barrier and steel-ply forming material for the parking garage, hi chairs for the columns along with several other construction products.

The new facility is a block away from the current downtown YMCA location and will be the second largest operating YMCA of the Greater Houston area. The 120,000 square foot facility is scheduled for completion in 2010 and includes additional exercise rooms, a chapel, a women’s wellness center, a daycare and many more features.

The facility is incorporating green building practices and is pursuing LEED® certification. Shep 309 Rez All, Shep Select Self-Leveling and Shep Farm Fresh are being used on the job helping contribute to LEED points.

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