Pascal Steel is proud to announce we are now an Authorized Dealer for SimplyTough Metal Buildings.
Current News at Pascal Steel Corp.
Pascal Steel Corporation Designs and Builds the Great American Pavilion for California’s Great America Amusement Park. In this post, we show you what went into the design, building and construction of a high-quality 18,000 square foot multi-purpose steel facility that will be home to the Red Zone Rally pregame event for all 49ers home games and other Levi’s® Stadium events.
Take a Flight Around Pascal Steel’s Latest Project! For an up-close-and-personal look at the building’s progress, one of our contractors used a remote control helicopter to take this amazing aerial footage of the structure.
We love happy customers! We recently received this lovely thank you note after completing the erection of a pre-engineered steel barn for a customer’s farm just north of Los Angeles, California.
Our iron workers made the front page of the North County Times, for their hard work completing the pre-engineered metal building portion of the new physical fitness center at Camp Pendleton. Learn about the project and see pictures of Camp Pendleton’s new physical fitness center, one of the various government projects we have completed.
Pascal Steel is pleased to announce that two of its employees are in various stages of becoming LEED accredited. These team members will contribute to the consultation process of our clients and educating everyone involved in the project on the most viable, earth friendly practices we can incorporate into our work environment.
Over the past year Pascal Steel has strengthened our commitment to the environment by offering solar panel integration with our metal building systems. To date, we have successfully completed several solar PV system carport structures and are now in the beginning stages of larger-scale solar projects. Take a look at one of our recent solar carport projects in the St. Mary’s Hospital in Apply Valley, CA.
Pascal Steel Corporation is excited to announce that we have completed the design/build MCB Camp Pendleton Facilities Maintenance Department. Take a look at some pictures of the the new facility where Camp Pendleton’s Recycling Program has diverted 15,520,000 pounds of cardboard and 5,404,406 pounds of paper.
Pascal Steel has been awarded a Pre-Engineered Metal Building at the Naval base at North Island, Coronado, CA. The metal building is part of a larger project renovating hangar 1456. We are pleased to announce stamped drawings were delivered to the general contractor within four business days after we received the letter of intent to begin.