Steel Stud Framing

steel stud framingComren is a steel stud company, first and foremost. Comren takes charge of all aspects of the steel stud framing including, in their entirety, Division 5, 05400 Cold-Formed Metal Framing and Division 9, 09100  Metal Support Assemblies of the Construction Specifications Institute(CSI) MasterFormat**

Division 5 – 05400 Cold-Formed Metal Framing extended description includes:

  • 05410 Load-Bearing Metal Stud
  • 05420 Cold-Formed Metal Joists
  • 05430 Slotted Channel Framing
  • 05400 Metal Support

Division 9 – 09100 Metal Support Assemblies extended description includes:

  • 09110 Non-Load Bearing Wall Framing
  • 09120 Ceiling Suspension
  • 09130 Acoustic Suspension
  • 09190 Metal Frame Restoration

steel stud framingComren involves design and structural engineers in our process to account for wind and axial load bearing steel studs and other natural, environmental or structural factors.

Architects, designers, and building 0wners are the big winners with steel stud framing

We are attuned to the benefits that steel stud framing has afforded the industry, not only from a construction perspective, but a design one as well: with architects, designers and building owners being the chief beneficiaries. Knowing a trustworthy, solid foundation will be established allows design teams to think outside the box, creating newsworthy building achievements from the ground up.

When Vancouver Community College designed its latest five story campus, they looked to Comren to provide the frame, including all exterior and interior walls, and well as extensive ceiling and bulkhead work inside, to meet the unique design requirements.

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steel stud framing** MasterFormat is a standard for organizing specifications and other written information for commercial and institutional building projects in the U.S. and Canada. Sometimes referred to as the “Dewey Decimal System” of building construction, MasterFormat is a product of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and Construction Specifications Canada. In November 2004 MasterFormat expanded from 16 Divisions to 50 Divisions, reflecting innovations in the construction industry. It provides a master list of divisions, and section numbers and titles within each division, to follow in organizing information about a facility’s construction requirements and associated activities.

CSI standard formatting is used throughout the construction industry to format construction specifications in building contracts. The purpose of this format is to assist the user in locating specific types of information. Information contained in CSI’s MasterFormat is organized in a standardized outline form within 16 (pre-2004) or 50 (post 2004) divisions. Each division contains a number of sections. Each section is divided into three parts — ”general,” “products,” and “execution.” Each part is organized by a standardized system of articles and paragraphs.

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We are located in Coquitlam and provide our services all across Vancouver.