Cold-formed steel and wood are two popular construction materials. Each has its pros & cons. Let’s take a look at which one is best for your next project.
iSPAN Systems will exhibit at World of Concrete 2020! Visit us at Booth N672 to experience our superior, cold-formed steel framing systems.
Both ICF construction and cold-formed steel framing provide several benefits on their own, but together, they can produce amazing results.
ICF with cold-formed steel framing can save the most time, with easy-to-install systems that require fewer materials and special trades.
Winter construction in Canada poses a lot of difficult challenges. Among them, there are dangerously cold temperatures. Find out why cold-formed steel keeps projects on track regardless of weather conditions.
We’re looking for motivated students in architectural technology and engineering programs for our detailing and engineering departments. Your experience with iSPAN Systems will lay the groundwork for a fruitful career in construction. Join us!
Join us at The Building Show! Visit booth #513 in the South Building to learn about the advantages of using Cold-Formed Steel Framing. It’s our aim to provide insight into this innovative building method and spark inspiration for your next building!
We are pleased to announce that Wall-Tech Companies has become the newest Authorized Dealer for our TotalJoist and Composite TotalJoist flooring systems in Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota! Wall-tech is a leading CFS contractor offering an integrated system approach to load-bearing, cold metal framing for wall panels, floors, and roof systems with proven track record of
Cold-formed steel mezzanines offer a modular, cost-effective solution for space limitations. iSPAN’s TotalJoist and Composite TotalJoist systems are ideal for adding a mezzanine to any space, regardless of size, layout, and existing material.
We are excited to announce the successful completion of our latest UL test program to include ducts within the ceiling space of our floors. With the latest round of tests, we now have unprotected and protected duct penetrations included directly in our UL and ULC listings for Composite TotalJoist (UL G555 and ULC I525). This