Company News about Stone Bridge Iron and Steel
Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. announces Global Foundries Modernization Completed
October 16, 2009, Gansevoort, New York:
Stone Bridge Iron and Steel has recently completed a plant modernization in anticipation of the Global Foundries project in Malta, New York, in which all material conveying systems were upsized and upgraded, a new Controlled Automation ABL-100 angle fabrication line replaced an older generation one, a new 40” Cambco cambering machine was built and commissioned, and the plant was put “on-grid” with power retiring several large Cat diesel fired generators which had powered the plant for over a decade.
Engineering Detailing Begins X-Ray Detector Production Facility
November 13th, 2007, Gansevoort, New York:
GE Healthcare, Turner Construction Company - Albany, and Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc., have teamed up in a design-assist delivery program to provide the steel structure for the $135 million, 240,000-square-foot building at Rensselaer Technology Park, North Greenbush, New York, that will be home to GE's X-Ray Detector Production Facility.
Stone Bridge Provided Steel Beams to Daisy Brands Sour Cream Plant in Casa Grande, AZ
October 26th, 2007, Gansevoort, New York:The last trucks rumbled out of Gansevoort, NY in the wee hours of the morning on October 12th carrying the last roof beams for the 1700 ton Daisy Brands sour cream plant in Casa Grande, AZ.
First Railcars Arrive From Nucor
April 12, 2006, Gansevoort, New York:
The first of several 90 ton railcars arrived in Gansevoort this morning for the Lofts project in Saratoga Springs. “The arrival by rail of raw materials from Nucor Yamato, Blytheville, AK, marks another milestone in the ongoing commitment to keeping Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc., a low-cost producer of fabricated structural steel” remarked Jim Morris, Purchasing Manager, Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc.
Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. announces the arrival of new equipment
February 20, 2006, Gansevoort, New York:
A new Accurpress, model 740012, CNC 400 Ton Press Brake and Accurshear, model 875010, CNC Shear arrived in Gansevoort this morning while the old equipment was being loaded out of the fabrication bay. "The new Press Brake and Shear mark another milestone in the ongoing commitment to keep the fabrication facility competitive and keep our employees using the safest and most modern equipment available" remarked Brian Carmer, President, Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc.
Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. announces retirement of Marcia Greene and hiring of James Morris
November 4, 2005, Gansevoort, New York:
Marcia Greene has announced her plans to retire from Stone Bridge Iron and Steel, Inc. effective November 4, 2005. Marcia has served as Purchasing Agent since 1988. Brian Carmer, President of Stone Bridge Iron and Steel stated, "Marcia has been instrumental in our growth, on behalf of our customers and entire organization, we wish to thank Marcia for her service and dedication over the past 18 years and wish her happiness in her retirement."
Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. to Launch New Corporate Image Campaign Beginning with New Corporate Web Site
November 1, 2005, Gansevoort, New York:
Mark Hutchinson, Vice President for Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. announced today that Star Advertising and Public Relations, LLC, located at 125 High Rock Avenue, Saratoga Springs, New York, has been retained to create and market Stone Bridge's corporate image.
Collaborative Effort Goes Into Institution Food House, Inc. Project
January 11, 2005, Florence, SC,
Engineering and construction management firm Food Tech Structures, LLC, of Hanover, Massachusetts, has been selected by Institution Food House, Inc. to design and manage construction of a new 310,000 square foot food service distribution facility in Florence, South Carolina. The project will also include a 14,000 square foot fleet maintenance facility.
Stone Bridge Iron Plays Integral Role in Newstar Project
January 11, 2005, Salinas, California
NewStar, a grower, shipper and processor of fresh produce, celebrated the May opening of their new value-added processing facility and cooler, adjacent to the company's main office in Salinas.
The new facility, with over 49,000 square feet of processing area, 59,000 square feet of cooling area, and 8,000 square feet of service rooms, is state-of-the-art, and allows NewStar to house all of its operations under one roof for the first time, maximizing operational efficiencies.
Dreyer's Expansion Project Triples Capacity
May 14, 2004, Bakersfield, California
Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Holdings, Inc. (Dreyer's) (Nasdaq: DRYR), is breaking ground today on a $100 million expansion project that will triple the capacity of its Bakersfield manufacturing facility, and create 250 new jobs next spring.