Iterative design process simplifies roof to façade connection at the Antonov Auditorium in the Brendan Iribe Center at the University of Maryland College Park, MD. Read e-Newsletter
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Radius Track design and pre-fabricated material solution easily frames curved spaces at the Gateway Arch Museum in St. Louis, MO. Read e-Newsletter
Circular Light Coves - Fast and Accurate in the Junior Ballroom of the Delta Hotels by Marriott South Sioux City, NE. Read the e-Newsletter on the sub-system design and fabrication that Radius Track provided for the project.
Sub-system design shapes complex surfaces and provides connections to steel and finish materials at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University. Read e-Newsletter
An architectural finish applied to unique geometry sets the aesthetic, creates the experiential atmosphere, and completes a memorable space that will draw visitors. See five Radius Track Corporation sub-systems clad in different architectural finishes. Read e-Newsletter
Increasingly, master architects are leveraging expert partners during preconstruction design phases to help develop constructable solutions for geometrically complex designs. Read Full e-Newsletter
We are pleased to announce that as of October 19, 2018, the Ready Products (hand-bendable framing) line of Ready-Hat®, Ready-Track®, Ready-Arch® and Ready-Angle®, along with the Radius Tools (jobsite framing tools) line of Radius Track Bender® and Radius Trim Bender™ have been acquired by Simpson Strong-Tie, a leading manufacturer of structural building products for more than 60 years.
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, and at Radius Track, we are most grateful for the continued creativity of our clients. Thanks to your talent and ingenuity, we’ve enjoyed some of the most rewarding work in our company’s history this year.
Thank you for your business. We can’t wait to see what’s next! From all of us, have a healthy and joyous Thanksgiving. Read More
The 23,330 m2 (251,122 ft2) YMCA is wrapped by a façade and parapet of undulating curves that met expansion and contraction requirements of the largest timber roof in North America. Radius Track provided BIM Modeling for the roof, parapet, and soffit surfaces with panel outlines. Read Full e-Newsletter
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This May 60% of the top Metal Builders of 2017 that participated in a Metal Construction News survey said the biggest challenge they face is the labor shortage. Using framing sub-systems is one way to ease that pain. Read Full e-Newsletter
The challenge: transition from a faceted steel structure to a smooth theater skin of compound curves finished in a hand applied acoustic plaster and maintain the geometry of the design intent – both interior and exterior. Read Full e-Newsletter
Radius Track is pleased to announce that we have opened a Design Office in Los Angeles. This new space houses a team of Design Technologists and Project Managers dedicated to collaborating with design and construction project teams during pre-construction and post award. Read Full e-Newsletter
Compressed Design-Build schedule. Complex exterior geometry. Bring it on! With that positive approach, Anning-Johnson contracted Radius Track Corporation to help them deliver the compound curving finish specified on the underside of each 4th floor Central & Wolfe bridge.
Roofing contractor Bothwell-Accurate considered the challenges presented by the Vaughan Centre roof and requested that Radius Track Corporation design and fabricate the roof sub-system instead of wood blocking as originally planned... Read Full e-Newsletter