“While searching online, Tim found EcoSteel, a California-based supplier of modern, prefabricated and preinsulated steel building materials that are eco-friendly, durable and economical. The Beatty’s worked with EcoSteel’s design team and engineers via webex to get the design right…” Featured in Dwell, by Laurie Lauletta-Boshart The Beatty Home Johns Island, South Carolina See Article
The goal of this study is to assess insulation panel’s thermal behavior and connections performance based on computer-aided simulation tools and high resolution IR thermal camera images of two study projects (Park City, UT and Hampton, NY) once in summer and once in winter. This will demonstrate the success and failures of the thermal envelope… Read More
From the minute you enter 2626 Larkin, the inventive and artful work of Architect Sandy Walker and Interior Designer Helga Horner becomes apparent. The design of the formal entryway captures the principles of the centuries old Golden Mean; the philosophy of perfect balance, a pendulum frozen in the middle of extremes, creating a spatial elegance… Read More
Our founder, Joss Hudson, was featured as a columnist in Northbay Biz. Full Article Featured in Northbay Biz Navigating the current construction marketplace will take patience and planning. Contractors are experiencing price increases in almost every building-related product in the industry, due to market forces and new tariffs. The California real estate and construction… Read More
California Community Lender, Inc., which allows people to invest in a revolving loan fund that gives a modest return on their investment, was created in the aftermath of the destructive North Bay fires to help with rebuilding efforts. The nonprofit is providing Mark West Community Preschool a loan to cover most of its rebuilding cost,… Read More
The EcoSteel team was recently featured in a California publication.
In celebration of Earth Day, Professor David Rifkind‘s sustainable house, “Tin Box” was featured on NBC 6 Miami. Features of this eco-friendly home include building with 100% recycled steel and a recycled water system.
The 1,700-square-foot home’s unusual design resists excess with rugged minimalism. There were many incarnations of this lot before its owner had settled on a harmonizing design. Set in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, the site was allegedly a dumping ground during the construction of a nearby freeway—a concern brought to the owner by… Read More
EcoSteel Thermal Assessment by University Of Utah, College Of Architecture + Planning View Original Article “Ecosteel delivers on prefabricated metal building packages applied to residential and commercial construction projects. The series of wall and roof panels utilized by Ecosteel are metal sandwich filled with non CFC polyisocyanurate foam. The panels are manufactured in a uniform… Read More
The two-story residence, sitting on an irregularly shaped concrete base and supported with five strategically imbedded caissons, was built with a steel frame prefabricated by a company called Eco Steel, helping to avoid the waste prevalent on most construction projects.