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Bent Steel Projects Featured in National Trade Publications

Albina Co., Inc. had the opportunity to feature several of their high-profile bent steel projects in many of the national trade publications during the month of February. NOMMA’s (National Ornamental of Misc. Metals Association) Annual Buyers Guide features several spiral, circular and helical staircases using materials such as plate, pipe, tube and structural members. It also highlights some of the decorative gates, fences and signage that we specialize in. One new product that Albina is offering includes complete handrail kits. The handrails are bent and trimmed per the customer’s drawing, the mid-rails trimmed and coped, and the assemblies are supplied as individual parts or fabricated complete!
NOMMA Buyers Guide 2014

STRUCTURE Magazine’s editorial focus for February is cold formed steel and bridges. Albina specializes in architecturally designed pedestrian bridges and walk-ways erected at transportation stations, universities, museums, large businesses,  and state parks. Some projects featured include the Museum of Flight Pedestrian Bridge in Seattle, WA. and the Happy Hallow Zoo Pedestrian Bridge is San Diego, CA.
STRUCTURE Mag February Ad

Northwest Environmental Conference and Metal Roll Forming

The Northwest Environmental Conference and Tradeshow is coming to Portland, Oregon December 10-11, 2013. This is the conference for todays environmental, operations and sustainability professionals. You may wonder how a conference focusing on the environment and sustainability would tie into metal roll forming? Steel is the most recycled material on the planet with 90% recycled content. Albina Pipe Bending Co., Inc bends small diameter and radius pipe, tube, plate and steel for environmental applications such as pollution prevention, waste management, solar power, wind power, hydropower, paper shredders, and more. If you are in town for the show and have a need for metal roll forming, give us a call to arrange a tour of our facility. Find out more information about the tradeshow at http://www.nwec.org/