The early stages of fabrication on the B2 Tower in Brooklyn, NY are under way. Read about it in Civil Engineering Magazine: http://www.asce.org/CEMagazine/ArticleNs.aspx?id=23622322973
Banker Steel has been awarded the contract to fabricate steel framed modules for the B2 Towers in Brooklyn, NY – the world’s largest modular building. We are also pleased to announce that we are adding 50 new jobs at our Lynchburg, VA facility as a result. For more details download and read our press release by clicking below. B2 Press Release Download
Banker Steel is pleased to announce the acquisition of Foote Steel Company based in Orlando, FL. Following the successful award of several high profile projects in Florida and Georgia, this acquisition represents a strategic decision to further expand and develop market presence throughout the south east. Don Banker, CEO of Banker Steel said: ‘Having reviewed numerous options in four other States, we wanted to be in Orlando and Foote Steel exemplified the best fit in terms of additional capacity and expertise. We are very excited to bring Foote Steel within the Banker Steel family, as we seek to grow our business and look to create new employment opportunities’. Rob Glass, Vice President of Industrial Sales for Banker Steel, will be coordinating the integration and management of Foote Steel. Banker Steel is an award winning, AISC-certified steel fabricator headquartered in Lynchburg, Virginia. Banker Steel specializes in large, highly complex architectural projects, … Read More
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A preview of The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY is featured in USA Today. The feature includes an updated rendering, and an interview with Developer – Bruce Ratner. Read the article here. Banker Steel Company provided fabricated over 10,000 tons of structural steel for the Barclays Center as a design-assist contractor.
A Topping-Out ceremony was held at the International Gem Tower in New York City yesterday. Banker Steel was contracted by Tishman Construction to fabricate 11,500 tons of structural steel for the project. The International Gem Tower was developed by Extell. More information about the project at www.internationalgemtower.com Read more about the topping-out here: http://www.globest.com/news/12_308/newyork/development/Extells-International-Gem-Tower-Tops-Out-319658.html