Products

High-Quality Products, Personalized Customer Service

CSC isn’t owned by a steel producer, so our only focus is on the value of the products we create and our ability to deliver exactly what you need, when you need it. Our skilled team of engineers thrive on complex work requiring a high level of expertise, and they create dynamic designs that meet your project’s unique budget and requirements.

Our product options currently include:

Open Web Steel Joists

  • K Series
  • LH Series
  • DLH Series
  • Joist Girders
  • Special Geometries (i.e. Single Pitched, Gable, Bowstring, etc)

Steel Deck

  • Roof Deck
  • Composite Deck
  • Form Deck
  • Cellular Deck
  • Acoustical Deck
  • Dovetail Deck
  • Bridge Form

For a complete list of current products offered, please browse through the product catalogues, which you can download below. If you have any questions, please reach out to us by contacting us here. 

Click to view our Catalogs that lists our current products

PROJECTS

Holy Cross Hart Center– Renovation & Expansion

Project details

Location: Worcester, MA, USA
Year: 2016
Customer: Canatal Industries Inc.,
Owner: Holy Cross,
Architects: Sasaka Associates, Inc.
Engineers: LeMessurier Consultants
General Contractor: Bond Brothers
Steel fabricators: Canatal Industries Inc.

Description

CSC Buildings products were selected for the supply of Reveal series architectural deck for the Holy Cross Hart Center, located in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The newly renovated, expanded Hart Center includes:

  • 64,000 ft² (5,945 m²) indoor practice facility
  • Auxiliary gymnasium
  • 3,000 ft² (278 m²) of new space for sports medicine
  • 9,500 ft² (883 m²) of new space for strength and conditioning training
  • New meeting rooms and offices.

CSC Buildings supplied 770 ft² (72 m²) of pre-painted acoustical steel deck of the Reveal Series, type RS3.5A and RS3.5CA

Philip Simmons High School

Project details

Location: Charleston, SC, USA
Year of Construction: 2016
Architects: McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture
Engineers: ADC Engineering
Customer: D&T Steel, Inc.
Owner: Berkeley County School District
General Contractor: Thompson Turner Construction
Steel Erector: D&T Steel, Inc.
Steel fabricator: D&T Steel, Inc.

Description

CSC’s services were selected for the supply of Reveal Series architectural steel decks and structural steel for the Philip Simmons High School located in Charleston in South Carolina.

This new 214,000 ft² (19,881 m²) two-story high school has been built with regular composite decking as well as the Reveal Series roof decks, RS2.0A – acoustic version, and RS3.5. The acoustic version minimizes the sound, an important feature for the school gymnasium. Two complex open web joist girders as well as joists complete the structure. As the ceiling is visible, it has been painted white to give it an aesthetics look and to prevent corrosion.

The Philip Simmons High School focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics to prepare students for high-tech careers in the neighboring companies such as Volvo and BP.

Pinnacle Bank Arena

Project details

Location: Lincoln, NE, United States
Year of Construction: 2012
Customer: LeJeune Steel Company
Owner: West Haymarket Joint Public Agency
Architects: DLR Group
Engineers: Buro Happold Engineering
General Contractor: Mortenson
Steel Eretor: Danny’s Construction Company

Description

CSC’s services were selected for the supply of the Pinnacle Bank Arena’s steel structure. This arena has several levels and 16,000 seats. This is a high profile project as it is home to University of Nebraska sports.

The roof consisted of large roof trusses to create a large open area. The trusses were covered with 3 in. (76 mm) NS deck. CSC worked with the design team to reduce the costs of the deck by using a 20-gauge type much of the interior of the roof.

The detailing process for an area is especially complicated as there many oddly shaped areas with skewed beams and curves that the deck must fit into.

CSC provided composite deck and NS roof deck for this project.

Area: 470,400 ft² (43,702 m²)

Riverdale Country School

Project details

Location: Bronx, NY, USA
Year of construction: 2016
Customer: Steven Nicholas, Inc.
Owner: Riverdale Country School
Architect: PBDW Architects
Engineer: Silman
General contractor: Shawmut Design & Construction
Steel erector: GMC Contracting

Description

CSC’s services were selected for the structural steel supply and Reveal Series steel deck for the Riverdale Country School Aquatic Center, called Natatorium, located on a campus in the Bronx, New York.

This new 15,000 ft.² (1,394 m²) Aquatic Center will include a state-of-the-art six-corridor competition pool, locker rooms and an area for visitors. The opening is scheduled for September 2017.

A corrosion resistant aesthetic ceiling

Above the pool, six spliced long-span joists will be visible. These 64 ft. (19.5 m) long joists were primed prior to delivery to the job site with two coats of epoxy paint, specially designed for a damp, corrosion-resistant environment. The Reveal Series acoustic deck, to be installed above the pool to complete the ceiling finish, has poly-encapsulated batts to minimize the echo. Like the joists, it has been primed at the plant with two coats of the same epoxy paint, for a complete protection of the ceiling.

CSC’s services were also selected for Reveal Series steel deck for the Riverdale Country School (Upper Learning Building) located on the same campus.

St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church

Project details

Location: Flemington, NJ, United States
Year of Construction: 2012
Owner: St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church
Architects: KCBA Architects
Engineers: KCBA Architects
General Contractor: Cambridge Construction Management, Inc.

Description

CSC’s services were selected for the steel structure supply of the St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church. The evaluation criteria for this project were based on flexibility, speed of construction, value and aesthetic. This project is the recipient of the Steel Joist Institute’s 2012 Design Award in the non-industrial category.

The special features on this project are two-slope joists, some of which are 66 ft (20 m) long, that rise above the church and sanctuary. Their use has resulted in cost savings, a significant reduction in assembly time and have allowed for greater flexibility in the organization of space.

This project included 44 long span joists, 17 of which were 138DLHSP spanning over 66 ft (20 m) with top chord extension on each end. Also, 28KCS joists at the vestibule, which supported the RTU units. Many of the long span joists were bridged with “X” bolted bridging while the short spans had standard horizontal bridging.

CSC supplied joists supported on masonry walls and the steel roof deck that was installed over the steel joists. Area: 16,500 ft² (1,533 m²).

Riverdale Country School Aquatic Center

Project details

Location: Bronx, NY, USA
Year of construction: 2016
Customer: Steven Nicholas, Inc.
Owner: Riverdale Country School
Architect: PBDW Architects
Engineer: Silman
General contractor: Shawmut Design & Construction
Steel erector: GMC Contracting

Description

CSC’s services were selected for the structural steel supply and Reveal Series steel deck for the Riverdale Country School Aquatic Center, called Natatorium, located on a campus in the Bronx, New York.

This new 15,000 ft.² (1,394 m²) Aquatic Center will include a state-of-the-art six-corridor competition pool, locker rooms and an area for visitors. The opening is scheduled for September 2017.

A corrosion resistant aesthetic ceiling

Above the pool, six spliced long-span joists will be visible. These 64 ft. (19.5 m) long joists were primed prior to delivery to the job site with two coats of epoxy paint, specially designed for a damp, corrosion-resistant environment. The Reveal Series acoustic deck, to be installed above the pool to complete the ceiling finish, has poly-encapsulated batts to minimize the echo. Like the joists, it has been primed at the plant with two coats of the same epoxy paint, for a complete protection of the ceiling.

CSC’s services were also selected for Reveal Series steel deck for the Riverdale Country School (Upper Learning Building) located on the same campus.

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