Durable flooring solution for high-use and post-disaster buildings.
iSPAN’s Cold-Formed Steel Systems Are Unmatched
Whether you are building a police station, church, fire station or community centre, iSPAN Systems’ core lightweight steel systems offer solutions that far exceed the benefits that other materials can provide.
The high traffic and usage for your institutional building require the ideal solution – cold-formed steel. iSPAN’s durable flooring products are designed by our in-house engineers, manufactured in our own facility and delivered to your site at the exact specifications and quantities required.
Our steel products and processes seamlessly integrate with other trades to ensure a completely smooth construction process, including service holes in our joists to easily allow for mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
iSPAN’s lightweight steel is the solution that more people are choosing for institutional construction projects than ever before. Read more to learn more about the benefits for you.
iSPAN Systems’ Cold-Formed Steel Building Systems
Using our proprietary engineering solutions for institutional construction, iSPAN offers steel joist systems that are unmatched in North America’s construction industry.
Benefits of Steel Flooring For Institutional Buildings
Easy and Fast to Install
Steel has a high strength-to-weight ratio, reducing construction timelines.
iSPAN’s institutional construction team works with you at every step, from pricing to design to installation.
Manufactured in Offsite Facility
Most of the steel fabrication takes place in a quality-controlled facility, reducing weather dependency and onsite construction storage.
Highly Durable and Resistant to Damage
Steel resists warping, cracking, moisture and insects, while offering a one-hour fire rating (UL, ULC Rated).
iSPAN’s Composite TotalJoist uses concrete poured on dovetail-shaped steel decking to reduce noise and vibrations from tenants or facility owners.
Better Use of Space
Our proprietary joists come with large pre-punched service holes for utilities to run through, reducing bulkheads and increasing usable space.