We love this shot, Wiktor! Thanks for capturing it for us.・Our role on this project involved supply, fabrication and installation of 3200 tons of structural steel. Walters also took on a design-assist role to ensure the workability of the stadium’s complex geometry of structure. ・The curvilinear shape of the cantilever roof required unusually high tolerances and intricate joint construction. These joints (or nodes) are where all forces convene on a central point. We created models to simulate stress tests, based on the exacting work of our team of experienced engineers.・The secondary steel layer that covers the primary roof structure had to be coordinated with a translucent fabric covering. We worked with the fabric contractor in painstaking detail over six months to ensure that their fabric design and our steel design came together harmoniously. #waltersgroupinc#structuralsteel#designassist#mosaicstadium#regina#taylorfield#saskatchewan#steelfabrication・・・ . . . . #Repost@skupinski Out of the archives. Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Latitude Photography shoot for Walters Group Inc.
Congrats to our SteelFab team in Florence, SC, who participated in the 9th Annual @flodar_tech Welding Sculpture Rodeo and took top honors in the professional division of the competition! #steelfabrication#weldingrodeo See more here: https://www.fdtc.edu/marketing/news/steelfab-fdtc-win-9th-annual-welding-rodeo
Do good work for good people. @matteson_custom_homes built such a stunning home and allowed us to do their custom door and railing. Such a cool project! Once both were complete I asked if I could have @simpletongoods do a custom leather wrap on our handle and they loved it so much that they had me call him back to do the main entry door as well. It really brought that next level of customer and comfort to the interaction a guest may have with the door.
This custom vent hood trim is brassy brassy brassy! Er'body is all aboard the brass train right now and we're loving it! So much pop!
One of the final details from my design studio @sciarc by Marcos Dana and Eddie Traverso. This stair detail explores kerfing in two directions as a way to produce three-dimensional curvature- and then cleverly interconnects a system of steel into the wood for stability.