Today we shipped out a two stop load that took some care in stacking from our veteran loaders. This load will head down to Modesto, Ca where some of this material is for the 1000 Page Mill Road Building. Then the truck will continue on to Phoenix, AZ. Where the balance of the material is to be used for a fitness center.
This load included many types of materials:
TS 10” x 8” x .500”Wall
TS 6” x 2” x .375” Wall
TS 8” x 6” x .375”Wall
3” x 3” x ¼” Angle
C12 x 20.7#
TS 12” x 4” x .375” Wall
TS 16” x 8” x .500” Wall
As you can see by the pictures, this was not very easy to puzzle together as to how best to stack the material for safe shipping as well as easy offloading. With that said, it only took our loader 3 hours to load and stack in a safe manner that both the loader and the driver were happy with.
Page Mill Road Building Curved Steel
Complex Shipment of Curved Steel
In July 2016, and article by Melissa Dalton was published in Oregons 1859 Magazine featuring treehouse architects Michael Garnier and Charles Greenwood. Albina has provided curved structural steel supports for the Garnier/Greenwood team on several of their projects. Click here to read the full article in 1859 Oregon’s Magazine.
Albina recently completed 65,000# of bent steel for a curved span bridge that connects Los Angeles’ Metro Universal City City Red Line Station to Universal Studio Hollywood’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter Attraction. Albina bent the following structural steel materials for the 400 foot, L-shaped bridge span bridge.
14” OD x .375” Wall bent down to a 60 ft radius
16” Od x .500” wall bent down to a 59 ft radius
17” Sch80 A106B smls bent down to a 59 ft radius
8.625” OD x .500” wall API-5L bent down to a 44 ft radius
8.625” OD x .625” wall API-5L bent down to a 202 ft radius
The steel was fabricated by Thomson Metal Fab. Click her to read a recent article published in Modern Steel Construction.
Pipe Bending for Universal Studio Hollywood Span Bridge
Pipe Bending Ranging from 8.625″-17″ OD Material