Cold-formed steel gained traction in the 1850s. In the ‘50s and ‘60s, cold-formed steel framing took off in the commercial market. And new developments indicate that cold-formed steel framing’s popularity will only continue to grow.
Cold-formed steel framing provides a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly way to tackle virtually any construction project in less time. In this article, we explore 6 reasons why this construction method is gaining popularity.
We’re excited to welcome two new partners to the iSPAN family of re-sellers of our Composite TotalJoist product line. Light Gauge Systems will act as a re-seller to support customers in Louisiana and Cascade will support customers in Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
Since our original manufacturing facility was built, there has been so much growth in construction of mid-rise cold-formed steel framed buildings that we have added new products, processes and people to keep up with the demand.
Read about the role that iSPAN played in the design, supply, and erection of the light steel frame structure for the state of-the-art $7.5 million Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) detachment located in the village of Teviotdale.