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US-based Framecor See Steel Framing as an Interrupter to Wood

Background 

When US-based Framecore were looking for a better building methodology they came across cold formed steel (CFS) and perceived it as an interrupter to the construction industry and they soon made the decision to invest. Three years on they are constructing residential and commercial buildings for clients across Phoenix, Arizona using steel framing.

Topics: Case Studies, Residential

Design-led Construction is a Game Changer for U.S. Tori Contracting

Background 

U.S. Las Vegas-based Tori Contracting has been building luxury accommodations since 2015, at which time they invested in their first FRAMECAD System.  Their work building wall panels and trusses and joists soon expanded to include commercial and institutional projects as well as residential offerings across Nevada. Tori’s smaller, cohesive structure results in superior workmanship and economical solutions. 

Topics: Case Studies, Benefits of Cold Formed Steel Construction, Residential

Fast Growth for Australian True Blue Steel Frames

Background

Recent requirement changes around flood and bushfire zones mean that timber can no longer be used for these projects. With the additional benefit of speed of construction being a major factor when it comes to winning contracts in the Australian construction market cold formed steel (CFS) framing is the obvious choice.

Topics: Case Studies

Frame Up Now Say Steel Will Replace Wood in the Next 15 Years

Background

Having gained a reputation for reducing construction time and cost for mid-rise structures, steel frames, joists and trusses are at the forefront of residential construction in the USA.  Arizona-based Frame Up Now is providing cold formed steel (CFS) framing kits to the Do-It-Yourself residential market. 

Topics: Case Studies, Residential

Speedhouse Group Reduces Labor Force 50% & Increases Productivity 300%

Background 

Serving the construction industry since 1974, ​​Speedhouse Group has grown steadily from 50 to 2000 employees to date. They switched their offering from timber to steel framing in 2010 by investing in their first x2 FRAMECAD systems.  Speedhouse Group’s focus is mainly providing developers with prefabricated and modular solutions, spanning across the Middle East and North Africa. 

Topics: Case Studies

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