Daisy Brands, Casa Grande, AZ, Tops Out
October 26th, 2007 – For Immediate Release
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.
Mark Hutchinson, Stone Bridge Iron & Steel’s Vice President, commented, “It is nice to see the successful conclusion of a demanding project both in terms of schedule and geography. We had our doubters but we have successfully placed around 600,000 square feet of buildings on the West Coast to date.”
“We appreciate the efforts of Stone Bridge to reduce costs for our projects. Stone Bridge continues to demonstrate they are a real team player in helping us control our construction costs for numerous Dennis Group projects” stated Karl Landgraf, President, The Dennis Group, Solana Beach, CA.
“Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. continues to reach out across the United States assisting clients in design-build and design-assist delivery systems. This is truly a strength we possess and a real value proposition for our clients.” Said Mark Hutchinson.
Ronald Carmer originally founded Stone Bridge Iron & Steel in 1973. Today Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. serves a geographic area that now covers all of New York State, New England and beyond. The main metal fabrication facility operates from a 45,000 square foot building that houses 12 overhead bridge cranes, with an 80’x330’ twin 10-ton bridge crane to feed material to the saw and CNC drill/coping machine, at 426 Purinton Road in Gansevoort, NY. Currently, over 60 people are employed and sales are well in excess of 20 million dollars per year. Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and an AISC Certified Fabricator.