Increasingly, master architects are leveraging expert partners during preconstruction design phases to help develop constructable solutions for geometrically complex designs. Read Full e-Newsletter
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We are pleased to announce that as of October 19, 2018, the Ready Products (hand-bendable framing) line of Ready-Hat®, Ready-Track®, Ready-Arch® and Ready-Angle®, along with the Radius Tools (jobsite framing tools) line of Radius Track Bender® and Radius Trim Bender™ have been acquired by Simpson Strong-Tie, a leading manufacturer of structural building products for more than 60 years.
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, and at Radius Track, we are most grateful for the continued creativity of our clients. Thanks to your talent and ingenuity, we’ve enjoyed some of the most rewarding work in our company’s history this year.
Thank you for your business. We can’t wait to see what’s next! From all of us, have a healthy and joyous Thanksgiving. Read More
ENR announced Duke Ellington School of the Arts as Project of the Year for the MidAtlantic Region. Great teamwork with CGS Architects, GCS|Sigal, Performance Contracting Inc, Studio NYL, and Allied Building Products. Click to Read Full ENR Article
York University Station Roof project wins 2018 Metal Construction News Building and Roofing Award in the metal roofing category. Radius Track provided the sub-system design and fabrication. Click to Read Full MCN Article
"Curved Panels Create Futuristic Look for Subway Station" • Building Enclosure • November 2, 2018 • Project Focus: Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station, Vaughan, Ontario Read Full Article
The 23,330 m2 (251,122 ft2) YMCA is wrapped by a façade and parapet of undulating curves that met expansion and contraction requirements of the largest timber roof in North America. Radius Track provided BIM Modeling for the roof, parapet, and soffit surfaces with panel outlines. Read Full e-Newsletter
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"Free Form Station" • by Christopher Brinckerhoff • Metal Construction News • September 2018 • Project focus: York University Station, Toronto, ON Read Full Article
"Three Cool Roofs: Curvilinear Designs with Inverted Protection" • by Scott Abukoff and Sheri Carter • Building Enclosure • August 2018