Metal Works provided the steel for each of these remarkable projects. We’re proud to ensure these structures had a strong frame to support a successful future.
Metal Works provided 1300 tons of steel for Pinole Valley High School’s $200 million construction project. Located in Pinole, CA, this new state-of-the-art high school offers 3-story classrooms, a 600-seat performing arts theater, and two gyms.
Located in Roseville, CA, the Westpark High School required 795 tons of steel for Phase 1 of its construction. When completed, this 7-story building will include a 2100-seat gymnasium and two 3-story classroom buildings. The steel provided by Metal Works frames dramatic views from the windows of the Sierra Nevadas.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) utilized 289.6 tons of steel from Metal Works for their new SMUD Substation G building. The 2-story building now sits downtown and functions as a control building for Sacramento’s downtown power.
A new Metro Airpark project near the San Francisco Airport (SMF) used 169.56 tons of steel for the construction of two concrete tilt-up warehouse buildings. The first building is 183,000 sq. ft., and the second is 126,000 sq. ft. Both buildings utilized Metal Works steel for the supporting steel for the roof, columns, ledgers, embeds, stairs, and railings.
This is an 80,000 sq ft craft beverage warehouse. We have provided approx. 273 tons of steel for the trusses in the roof and support columns. We are also providing the exterior rails and trellises. This is a tilt up panel construction building.