Kubes Steel is cold rolling the AESS pipe sections for the "ring" portion and fabricating the central column of the sun shade canopy for the new Bandshell park in North Beach, Miami, FL. The sections are fabricated and fitted in our shop, then shipped to site for final assembly. The full diameter of the ring is 60' and our work must be accurate to 1/16" across all pieces. The completed column of 24" schedule 80 pipe will stand 32' above the ground, providing support for the canopy ring surrounding it via cable stays.
2016.11.07 - Rolled Beams & Plate for the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station
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The new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway station currently under construction features rolled beams and plate from Kubes Steel. The new station will connect to the TTC Line 1 Yonge-University subway line, making it possible to get to York University from the station in 7 minutes, and Union Station downtown Toronto in 45 minutes! The new station, part of the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre will bring Vaughan's new downtown to life!
2015.09.14 - Wisdom Public Art Sculpture by Gordon Reeve with pipe/tube rolled by Kubes Steel
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For this public art installation project, Kubes Steel supplied stainless steel rolled pipe/tube and workshop space at our Burlington Street Shop in Hamilton, Ontario. The completed public art installation was named Wisdom, and is on permanent display at A Place of Many Grasses.
Kubes Steel supplied the rolled pipe for the St. Patrick's Bridge project. The St. Patrick's bridge is a 184 metre long cable stayed bridge conforming to AESS standards. It is a key part of the revitalization of St. Patricks Island in Calgary, AB.
We had the chance to take photos of the George C. King Bridge in East Calgary on our recent trip to the city for the Global Petroleum Show. The pedestrian bridge crosses St. Patrick's Island in two spans, and was fabricated by ADF Group in Montreal. Kubes Steel did the rolling and bending of the steel pipe. You can see more pictures of the project here, when it was still known as the St. Patrick's Bridge Project.