Kubes Steel did the fabrication and rolling and bending of the tubular columns of the Queen Richmond West Centre in Toronto. Known as a delta frame, the tubular columns support the 'building in the air' at 134 Peter Street. For more info on the project check out the Globe's article: Totally Tubular Design Pays Off for Toronto Office Building
Kubes Steel was contracted to build the track for the latest roller coaster for Canada's Wonderland. Known as The Guardian, the roller coaster is part of an interactive ride that starts inside Wonder Mountain. Kubes was tasked with the full fabrication, fitting and pipe bending of the roller coaster track and the adjoining railing for the project.
Kubes Steel fabricated a series of draft tube liners (also known as penstocks) for the Cannelton Hydroelectric project located on the Ohio River. Each assembled section is 30 feet in diameter and 60 feet long. When completed, water from the Ohio River will be directed through the penstocks to the turbines, which will turn generators and produce approximately 88 Megawatts of electricity. The project adjoins the existing Cannelton Locks and Dam in Kentucky.
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.