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Project Managers Jason Kunzman Mobile: (770) 776-7216 Email: email@example.com Spencer Matters Mobile: (816) 392-9586 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Schoen Mobile: (610) 212-3927 Email: email@example.com
Sales Engineers Ric Anderson, PE Mobile: (770) 713-9353 Office: (888) 375-9787 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Paul Johnson, PE Mobile: (770) 296-4097 Office: (888) 375-9787 Email: email@example.com
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If you’d like to know more about the Ecospan Composite Floor System, or are interested in utilizing Ecospan with your project, please contact our office at (888) 375-9787.
All detailing of shop and erection drawings for the Ecospan Composite Floor System are detailed at our Nucor Detailing Center located in Norfolk, NE. This saves the customer and design team valuable time in preparation and consultation during the detailing process as well as insures a great degree of accuracy.
Nucor's seven Vulcraft facilities are located in South Carolina, Nebraska, Alabama, Texas, Indiana, Utah and New York. Vulcraft is the United States' largest producer of steel joists and steel deck products. Current annual capacity of all seven plants in the production of steel joists and joist girders is more than 685,000 tons.
Six of Nucor's Vulcraft facilities also produce steel deck. Plants that produce steel deck are located in South Carolina, Nebraska, Alabama, Texas, Indiana and New York. Current annual capacity of the six plants in the production of steel deck is approximately 430,000 tons.
Verco, another division of Nucor, manufactures steel deck as well. Verco serves the west coast, with two plants in California and one in Arizona.
Ecospan joist and decking materials are produced at all Nucor Vulcraft and Verco facilities throughout the country thereby reducing costly freight charges.
Ecospan's Patented Innovation
The Science of Shearflex
With an average installation time of 3 - 8 seconds per screw, these patented self-drilling, self-tapping connectors are easy and inexpensive to use. Workers install the 2 1/2” or 3” long, 5/16” diameter screws in a uniform pattern using a Vulcraft-provided Shearset Tool. More »