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Eye Catching Steel Artwork by Creative Machines
Eye Catching Steel Artwork by Creative Machines

Abina reently partnered with @CreativeMachines to create some amazing curved steel artwork that will be installed very soon. The first piece we provided bent material for is titled "ACB Globe." Albina bent 12 lengths of 2½" SCH80 T304 S/S to a 6’-11” radius – 7’-4” radius.

The second piece we provide...

Curved Steel Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge Along the South Bayfront
Curved Steel Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge Along the South Bayfront

Albina recently provided 127,000# of bent steel for a 230-foot long bicycle bridge along the South Bayfront in Emeryville, CA. Albina induction bent 15 lengths of TS 16" X 16" X .625" WALL A1085 A513 to 149 ft and 289 ft radii and 9 lengths of TS 20" X 12" X .625" WALL A1085 A513 induction bent the ...

Do You Have Your Elevator Speech Ready?
Do You Have Your Elevator Speech Ready?

Photo Credit: Campus Planning & Facilities Management University of Oregon

Do you ever find yourself stumbling over your words when people ask you what you do or to describe what your company does? My father taught me at a young age that I should always have my elevator speech ready so I could de...

Staircase Modeled After the Helical Structure of DNA takes Center Stage at New Biotech Facility
Staircase Modeled After the Helical Structure of DNA takes Center Stage at New Biotech Facility

Albina recently bent various parts for an interconnecting spiral staircase, modeled after the helical structure of DNA, at a new 1.6 million sq ft biotech campus in the Bay area. Materials: 1" OD X .120" WALL T304 S/S #4 FINISH, 1½" OD X .120" WALL 304 S/S #4 FINISH and 1½" OD X .180" WALL 304 S/S...

What's Cool In Steel?: December Issue of Modern Steel Features Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge
What's Cool In Steel?: December Issue of Modern Steel Features Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge

What’s Cool In Steel? Modern Steel presents tons of fun projects showcasing the use of cool steel in the December Issue, including the Barbara Walker Pedestrian Bridge along Portland’s Wildwood Trail. The Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge is a two time CODA Award Winner. The bridge, designed by l...

"Daunting Curves Ahead"- Article in O & M Metal Fabricator
"Daunting Curves Ahead"- Article in O & M Metal Fabricator

A recent issue of O & M Metal Fabricator Magazine, produced by NOMMA, features a case study written by Jeff Fogel with input from key members of the Albina Team, on the great spiraling feat it took to create the spectacular spiral staircase at the American Airlines Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texa...

Signature Spiral Staircase at the Buddy Holly Hall of Arts & Sciences
Signature Spiral Staircase at the Buddy Holly Hall of Arts & Sciences

The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Science in Lubbock, Texas is a 220,000 square foot state-of-the-art campus featuring two theaters, event space, a full-service bistro and a ballet academy under one roof. Albina bent various materials for the signature spiral staircase in the Christine D...

It's Here, It's There, It's Everywhere! Curved Steel at the Forefront of Construction at the University of Oregon
It's Here, It's There, It's Everywhere! Curved Steel at the Forefront of Construction at the University of Oregon

Photo Credit: Univeristy of Oregon Track and Field.

 

Two major construction projects are just wrapping up at the University of Oregon and curved steel is at the forefront of both projects!

 

The Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact Sky Bridge.

 

Curved Steel Pedestrian Bridge at the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
Photo Cre...
National Steel Bridge Alliance Names the Williams Creek (Shoup) Bridge a Merit Award Winner
National Steel Bridge Alliance Names the Williams Creek (Shoup) Bridge a Merit Award Winner

Photo Credit: Linda Ulery

The Awards just keep on coming! The National Steel Bridge Alliance has awarded the Williams Creek Shoup Bridge in Salem, Idaho a Merit Award in the Medium Span bridges category. Albina was happy to be a part of the project and provided 145,000# of bent structural steel a...

Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge Wins Two International CODA Awards!
Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge Wins Two International CODA Awards!

The Barbara Walker Crossing Footbridge, along the Wildwood Trail in Portland, Oregon, is the official winner of two prestigious CODA awards, organized by CODAworx, an online global design platform which celebrates the worlds best in public art. The footbridge won a People's Choice Award as voted o...