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PROCESS

Cold formed steel process is a design-led operation, meaning that less skill is required at the time of construction and more when designing it. The steel used to make frames and components is sourced from quality coil productions. They are shaped into coils with roll-forming machines before they are bolted together on-site to complete the building. The cold formed steel process is highly effective as it can run large quantities of steel at high speed with consistent quality and precision. This creates a scalable solution and a streamlined process while time and costly waste.

Detailed design speeds up compliance and minimizes room for error. Using the cold forming process can offer a much more predictable construction schedule and less on-site cost than if you use traditional building methods. For example, the lighter material is easier to transport with on-site labor. It’s also not necessary to operate heavy machinery. This means less construction time and a better-finished product for the client.

COLD ROLLED STEEL - MANUFACTURING 

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ASSEMBLY

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COMPLETED FRAMING - SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE

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COMPLETED FRAMING - MULTI FAMILY

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