Pictures of a jobsite taken during construction sometime fail to capture the scale or magnitude of the project. Cascade Mfg Co is furnishing the roof trusses for a condominium project in Hollister, Missouri. The general contractor, Larry Snyder and Co., had a drone fly over the site to record the progress. The view is from a perspective not often seen. For best viewing, click on the full screen icon in the lower right corner after accessing the link to the video http://lscinc.com/portfolio/paradise-point-building-9/. Then click on the arrow in the middle of the screen (picture) to begin the video.
TrusSteel cold-formed steel trusses used on this project installed quickly and easily. The unique symmetrical shape, combined with closed web members, makes for a strong and lightweight truss with outstanding handling characteristics.
TrusSteel trusses often require less bracing. The result is a lower installed cost. And the 2½” or 1½” wide chord flanges are safer to step on and walk through as compared to other systems with a ¾” wide chord flange.
We are truly appreciative of Larry Snyder and Co. for sharing this unique view of their project. Contact us today at 563/852-3231 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the many “installer-friendly” benefits of TrusSteel cold-formed steel trusses.