On a recent trip to Washington DC, we had the pleasure of touring the Capitol Building and we were able to capture some pictures of The Capital Visitors Center spiral staircase we bent years ago. The project consisted of flat and spiral bending of angle, channel, flat bar, solid square, wide flange (up to W18 x 76#) and square tubing (up to 10″ x 10″ x .500″ wall spiral bent).
Albina recently completed the spiral bending of 24 pieces of Tube Steel 14″ X 4″ X .500″ WALL A500 GR B the easy way and 10 pieces of Tube Steel 12″ X 3″ X .375″ WALL A500 GR B
the easy way for a gorgeous spiral steel staircase at Brickell Academy in Virginia Beach, VA. All of the material for the curved staircase and landing was architecturally exposed structural steel.
Albina rolled the following materials to create a beautiful multi-level steel spiral staircase at the University of Nebraska Business Administration Building. A spiral, circular or helical bend occurs in a plan view with rise in elevation. Steel spiral staircases are architecturally and visually appealing, functional and an effective use of space.
48 pieces Tube Steel 20″ X 8″ X .500″ WALL A500 GR B
12 pieces Tube Steel 8″ X 6″ X .250″ WALL A500 GR B
48 pieces Tube Steel 3½” X 2½” X .188″ WALL A500 GR B
12 pieces Tube Steel 3½” X 1½” X .188″ WALL A513
48 pieces Tube Steel 2½” X 2½” X .188″ WALL A500 GR B
12 pieces Tube Steel 2½” X 1½” X .188″ WALL A500 GR B
28 pieces Angle 3″ X 3″ X ¼” A36