Estimating – Detailing – Engineering – Production – Delivery
We are capable of supplying all your joist and deck needs from start to finish.
When you first contact us for a quote for your project, you can send us either a list of materials required, or the structural drawings and we will do a takeoff. We offer detailing services for all our products, but this is optional if you have your own joist and deck detailers. We will engineer the joists and fabricate everything per the final bills of material. We then deliver the products to you on your timeline.
We provide all SJI joists and SDI decks. We will work with special projects that other companies tend to shy away from. See below for the most common products we offer.
K-Series Joists typically have depth ranging from 10 inches to 30 inches and span from 10 feet to 60 feet. The web members are typically rod or crimped angle members. Standard seat depth is 2.5 inches.
KCS-Series joists are K-Series joists with constant shear and moment capacities. These are efficiently utilized when specifying joists supporting concentrated loads with unknown locations. All loads must be considered and accounted for when choosing KCS joist designations.
LH-Series Joists have depth ranging from 18 inches to 48 inches and span from 22 feet to 96 feet. LH-Series joists typically have load bearing capacity greater than K-Series joists. Standard seat depth is 5 inches.
DLH-Series joists typically have depth ranging from 52 inches to 120 inches and span from 62 feet to 240 feet. DLH-Series joists typically have load bearing capacity greater than LH-Series and K-Series joists. Standard seat depth is 5 to 7 1/2 inches.
Joist subs typically have standard depth of 2.5 inches and span 10 feet or less. Joist subs are used where open web steel joists may not be applicable.
Composite joists are used when the concrete slab acts as the composite top chord of the steel joists. Composite joists typically have depth ranging from 10 inches to 96 inches and span from 20 feet to 120 feet.
Joist girders are open web steel trusses used as primary framing members. Joist girders typically have depth ranging from 20 inches to 120 inches and span from 20 feet to 120 feet. Standard seat depth is 7.5 inches.