The Union Bank & Trust Center at JMU

Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. has begun erection of the new Union Bank & Trust Center at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. Slated to open in the fall of 2020, this new indoor arena will seat 8,500 during sporting events and 10,000 during commencement.

Williams Steel Erection will be erecting about 2,500 tons of structural steel including roof trusses that weigh 60 tons each and are up to 230 feet long. Progress on the project can be followed via webcam.

The steel for the project is being fabricated by Banker Steel Company in Lynchburg, VA and S.B. Ballard Construction is the general contractor.

Elkridge Library Addition

Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. is erecting the new addition to the Elkridge Library in Elkridge, MD.  The job features a central core with architecturally exposed tube trusses which were assembled in boxes on the ground and hoisted as one unit to eliminate the need for temporary bracing or shoring.  The steel was fabricated by Crystal Steel Fabricators.

150 Ton Truss at Harvest Life Changers Church

When it comes to large, complicated projects, Williams Industries, Inc. has the knowledge, experience and equipment to make even the most challenging visions come to life.

On January 16th, Williams Steel Erection Co., Inc. erected a 150 ton, 206 ft long truss and 26 ton stabilizer truss as part of the auditorium roof at the new Harvest Life Changers Church facility in Woodbridge, VA.  Williams Construction Services provided a 300 Ton lattice boom truck crane, 200 Ton crawler crane, and 175 Ton hydraulic truck crane for the lift.  Of the 2,200 tons of steel on the project, fabricated by E&H Steel Corporation, about 350 tons will be incorporated into the completed roof.

Take a look at some of the pictures from the lift below and check back for more as erection progresses.

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On February 12th we had a aerial photographer take pictures of the site to show our progress to date and capture a unique view of the project.