Scissor Trusses Offer Aesthetic Appeal
An old gas station site is revitalized into a new one-story retail space on a busy corner in Watertown, Massachusetts. The combination of RedBuilt’s Red-S™ trusses and superior customer service proved to be a winning combination for Architect Douglas Annino.
High Strength-to-Weight Ratio: Just What The Doctor Ordered
Bonner General Health needed to expand; thus a medical office building was built next door to the existing hospital. Construction of the new facility, however, had its own unplanned emergencies.
What’s the difference? Pin vs. Plated Trusses
Never fear, RedBuilt is here to help you better understand the differences in pin vs. metal-plated trusses.
Walking the Talk: Safety and Quality
How does RedBuilt really “walk the talk” when it comes to safety of its associates and the quality of our products?
Look up RedBuilt at AIA Expo
RedBuilt is on the road to Atlanta for one of the largest and most exciting gatherings of architects and design professionals in the U.S., the AIA Convention 2015, May 14-16.
Understanding floor performance
There is a science to understanding floor performance. A little thing like vibration can cause major problems in structures and how occupants feel about a home, office building, church, school, doctor’s office, or restaurant.
From lumber mill to flowerpot – the journey of lumber wrap
At our Hillsboro, OR plant we bag up every bit of that wrap for recycling—adding up to about 5 tons per year!
An Inside Look: Horseshoe Casino Construction
Ever wanted to take a behind-the-scenes tour of a construction site for a concrete structure?
Jobsite Review – One of the many things that make RedBuilt different
It’s a good day when our RedBuilt Technical Representatives—or Tech Reps, for short—work with a customer to find them a solution and then place an order for products to be manufactured. The story could end there, but for RedBuilt Tech Reps, there is more to do.
We’ve Overhauled our Formwork Literature
Over the last couple of years, the American Concrete Institute Committee for Concrete Formwork (ACI-347) has been busy! Check out their latest updates.