EcoSteel specializes in new luxury residential, commercial and retail construction from the ground up to completion in California. No project is too complex. We work with architects, builders and property owners to create a value-driven approach to steel construction.
These days, construction standards are higher than ever. Great building projects should now excel not only in terms of beautiful aesthetics and functional design, but also in sustainability and resilience. To achieve this level of excellence, you need to choose building materials that directly contribute to this goal. This is what makes EcoSteel’s architectural insulated… Read More
California’s New Building Codes Finally Catching up to Residential Steel Systems from 1950s Building Pioneers California-based firm EcoSteel is leveraging the modern prefab housing movement with innovative building systems to meet zero net energy targets The state of California has established an ambitious goal that by 2020, all new residential homes will meet zero net energy… Read More
EcoSteel designs and supplies new industrial chic buildings that are visually appealing, durable, and fire resistant. Our prefab buildings are designed and assembled much faster than traditional methods. Check out a few of our recent breweries below! DISCRETION BREWERY – Santa Cruz, CA The original Homespace+Workspace retail store burned down in. This client came to… Read More
EcoSteel Prefabricated Steel Homes Process There’s little question that prefab steel is the current direction of the future of building. Cost effectiveness, efficiency and speed of construction combined with new technologies allows for 100% custom buildings. All of these make steel a very powerful option whether you’re building your next home or starting a new… Read More
How To Start Living A More Minimal Lifestyle – Article by: APARTMENTTHERAPY.COM “A minimalist lifestyle is not for everyone. But in this hectic world, many of us feel that call — to have less, to spend less, to do less, to need less. Where does one start on the path to minimalism? We’ve got the beginner’s road… Read More
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.