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The Bay Area Construction Boom Continues

June 27, 2012

Of late, things have been super busy for everyone at Maxx Metals. We recently purchased a new delivery truck and hired more staff to keep up with the increase in orders and jobs. Our inventory is constantly being replenished just to stay ahead of what has become a flood of new building projects. In the Bay Area, construction is still all about hospitals and the 49ers new stadium in Santa Clara. Speaking of which here are some updates on the new and current projects that Maxx Metals has been supplying.

Sequoia Hospital

  • Based a few miles down the road in Redwood City, Sequoia Hospital is embarking on an ambitious new building project.  They are remodeling and modernizing the entire existing hospital, including the Emergency Department and Birth Center. They are also building a new four-story pavilion that will add 148,000 sq ft to what is already one of the Bay Area’s state-of-the-art medical facilities. As with all the other hospital projects Max Metals has been working on, Sequoia will be bringing their entire campus up to seismic requirements of California SB 1953. To learn more about this project and Sequoia Hospital itself you can visit their website, or check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

49ers Stadium Update

  • The 49ers have finally broken ground on the new $1.2 billion Santa Clara stadium.  Co-chairs Dr. John and Denise DeBartolo York, along with Santa Clara city officials joined together on April 19th to celebrate the start of construction.  Everyone at Maxx Metals is excited about this project not only because we are supplying a wide assortment of steel products for its construction, but also because we are 49ers fans and can’t wait to catch a game in what looks to be the best stadium in the NFL! You can see highlights of the ceremony on the 49ers website.

We are getting new orders every day and we can’t wait to tell you all about all about them, so keep checking back!

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