The Water Tower was shop fabricated in one complete section, shipped to the field and erected.  Wrap around templates were provided for the compound beveled pipe copes.

This Pressure Separator & Crossover Duct was reverse engineering off an existing Duct that was in need of replacement at IMERYS, Green River, WY.  We were able to provide flat plate layout nc & dxf files for the transitions that included cutouts for the penetrating steel.

The Milton and Northstar Compressor Stations were built for DCP Operating Company, LP in Weld County Colorado. Each station weighing in at approximately 300,000 pounds it was constructed as individual bolt up assemblies and were field assembled with no problems.

This 190 ton project had highly complex moment connections with several hundred feet of full penetration welds and over 3,500 bolts. The Erector claimed that it went together without reaming a single hole.

Project delivered ahead of schedule and fabricated without errors or issues.

3DSDC provided all CNC files to laser cut all of the compound bevels and slots.

This project was approximately 375 tons and was completed on schedule.

The Spirit Minerals Duct looks like a pretty simple job.  This is a two hour project if design drawings are provided.  Since there were no design drawings we broke out the lasers and field measured every inch and angle.  We like to get out of chairs so field measuring / design build projects are welcome.

The PDX Deicing Facility was one of several BIM (Building Information Modeling) projects we have done in the last couple years.  We worked directly with the General Contractor and we were able to weed out a stack of design issues through the BIM process.

Mount Zion High School was done in 4 phases and was completed in approximately 12 weeks.

The Columbus Ice Rink is a practice facility for the Cottonmouths.  It will also be used for little league games, public skating and private parties.  It will be open year round.  We don’t normally model plexiglass and ice but it was a good opportunity to show off our ability to model nearly anything in Tekla Structures.

This project is the largest middle school built in the Salt Lake Valley for the Jordan School District. Designed by MHTN Architects, it was completed in August of 2005.

Weber Basin Water Conservency District's circular trellis is the centerpiece of their beautiful demonstration garden.  The garden provides an opportunity for community members to learn first-hand about the types of water wise landscapes that are available in a semi-arid climates.

South Medford High School was set up in 16 phases. It is approximately 255,700sq/ft and 1,190 tons of fabricated steel. We began modeling in August of 2008 and completed the project on schedule in February of 2009.

To provide the latest healthcare technology and appropriate laboratory environments for students in health-related fields, the 145,000 square foot building was designed to provide enough space for various programs at the college, including biotechnology, medical assisting and laboratories, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, radiologic technology, surgical and health administration.