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  • Word-of-the-Month: Telescoping Seating

    Telescoping Seating Telescoping seating maximizes the available floor space in an area while providing a tiered seating area for spectator viewing. It can condense into itself for maximum storage in a limited amount of space. The most common type of telescoping seating are bleachers in a gymnasium. Fun Fact The.. More

    1 Aug 2018 |
  • NAIOP Annual Golf Classic

    On July 26 Stahl is proud to support the NAIOP 28th Annual Golf Classic. We are looking forward to seeing you at The Wilds Golf Club. For more information, please click the link below. https://www.naiopmn.org/Prod/Web/Attend/Golf/Golf_2018.aspx

    15 Jul 2018 |
  • Let’s GOLF with AIA – 2018 Minneapolis Golf Outing

    On July 30th Stahl is excited to sponsor the Crossroad Course hole #13, play a round of golf, and contribute to the Minneapolis Architectural Foundation-providing charitable, scientific, and educational scholarships. For more information, please click the link below. We look forward to seeing you on July 30th for the AIA.. More

    12 Jul 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Concrete Pumping

    Concrete Pumping Concrete pumping is the transfer of liquid concrete by a machine. For larger construction sites, a boom concrete pump is used because they are capable of pumping at very high volumes, therefore, creating less physical labor. The boom concrete pump uses a remote-controlled robotic arm to place the.. More

    2 Jul 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Porte-cochere

    Porte-cochere A porte-cochere is an entrance structure of a building that allows a vehicle, or horse and carriage, to pull up for people to get in or out while protected from weather.   Fun Fact The French term meaning “coach gate,” was a popular building element during the Renaissance period.. More

    1 Jun 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Shoring

    Shoring is the process of installing temporary supports. In new construction, horizontal or vertical supports (or shores) made of either timber or steel can be placed to support walls, usually at a 60˚–70˚ angle. They are also used during renovations to hold up something unstable or weak.   Fun Fact.. More

    1 May 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: IDU – Induction Displacement Unit

    Induction Displacement Units are designed to provide air quality and acoustical performance. They are fitted with a series of air injection nozzles that allow the supply of primary air at conventional temperatures (50 to 54 degrees) to the terminal. These nozzles induce room air through a heat transfer (cooling and.. More

    30 Mar 2018 |