Membership in RMSCA
Becoming a Member
The Rocky Mountain Steel Construction Association is a regional trade organization affiliated with the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). RMSCA is made up of over 80 diverse member firms including fabricators, erectors, detailers, material producers and suppliers, and construction related vendors.
The objectives and purposes of the association are:
- To promote and expand the use of structural steel construction
- To bring into closer touch those persons with an interest in the use of structural steel
- To disseminate accurate and reliable information concerning technical developments and construction techniques
- To encourage continuing development of and adherence to appropriate standards of safety and quality relating to steel structures
Over the last 10 years, thermal breaks have become more common in building construction, and in the Rocky Mountain Region. In many applications proprietary thermal break products are incorporated into the structural building system. The types of products and applications vary, and proper specification, pricing, and construction of thermal break products can be challenging. The...
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Project: Pinnacle at Ridgegate MOB Project Address: 10535 Park Meadows Blvd, Lone Tree, CO 80124 General Contractor: Fransen Pittman General Contractors Architect: Boulder Associates, Inc. Engineer: Martin and Martin, Inc. Steel Fabricator: Ron’s Welding & Fabrication, Inc. Steel Erector: Starling Steel Services Square Footage: 80,000 SF Steel in Tons: 450 Tons Completion Date: April 1,...
I wanted to share with our team that the United States Olympic Museum won its first award! Our detailing partner KL&A Engineering won the 2018 SDS2 Solid Steel Competition. There were hours and hours of coordination between the design team, the DWS estimators, project managers and detailing coordinators to help complete this model and project....
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A Cheyenne steel manufacturer is promoting education and innovation in the industry with an Oct. 2 student welding competition and public tours designed to kick off a week of National Manufacturing Day activities around the state. Puma Steel, in conjunction with the David B. Ratterman Scholarship program of the Ameriscn Institute of Steel Construction, will...
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On Thursday June 15th we held our 2nd Dinner meeting of 2017 at the Lakewood Country Club. Our guests for the evening were Mr. Brian Hunt/Senior Project Manager and Mr. Ken Baumgartner/Director of Pre Construction-Northern Division from Haselden Construction. Ken and Brian graciously shared their thoughts into the state of construction and steel construction today....
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