1 Sep 2016

Unistrut Construction Launches New Website

The new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user experience with improved navigation and functionality. Whether you’re browsing on your computer or mobile device, you’ll get the perfect experience with our new responsive website design. Read more >

21 Jan 2016

Unistrut Construction Customer’s Innovative Data Center Design Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Aligned Energy was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal for their innovative cooling system designed and installed by Unistrut Construction. This Plano, TX facility uses 85% less water than similarly sized data centers. The image below displays a Unistrut grid with white deep back-to-back channel. Read more >

20 Oct 2015

Unistrut Construction Team at Microsoft Cheyenne Recognized for Continuous Improvement

The Unistrut Construction team is on site at a large Microsoft facility that is being built from the ground up in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Microsoft Cheyenne project represents a contract over $3 million and employs 20 Unistrut team members to safely install Unistrut overhead grid and ATS racks. Read more >

8 May 2014

Unistrut Construction Receives Recognition from Customer

Unistrut Construction was rated as one of the highest ranking contractors by Murray Company on a recently completed project. Murray had reviewed all contractors involved on the Bothwell Regional Health Center project for safety, quality, schedule, production and budget performance. Read more >

6 Nov 2013

Unistrut Fall Protection Installation Keeps Rooftop Workers Safe

A company in Northern Ontario, Canada was looking for a way to protect workers from accessing the edge of its’ buildings while performing routine maintenance duties.  One of the key challenges was to build a system that could handle the massive amounts of snowfall that the area receives on an annual basis. Read more >

5 Nov 2013

OSHA Fines Follow 24-Foot Fall : PaintSquare News

OSHA Fines Follow 24-Foot Fall : PaintSquare News. A general contractor building a wind turbine in Hanover, MA, has been fined after an employee survived a 24-foot fall down the structure. Read more >

5 Nov 2013

OSHA Focused on Fall Protection and Scaffolding Violations

OSHA is taking a very serious look at the scaffolding safety.  Improperly erected structures and leaving them at site for too long are just a couple of violations that can cause unsafe working conditions.  Penalties and fines are being imposed in some situations. Read more >

5 Nov 2013

Contractor faces $49,600 in fines from OSHA for repeat fall, serious safety hazards

Paterson, NJ, contractor faces $49,600 in fines from US Labor Department’s OSHA for repeat fall, serious safety hazards PATERSON, N.J. – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Paterson-based R.E. Read more >

5 Nov 2013

BBC News – Scaffolding firm fined over Tony Causby fall death

Scaffolding firm fined over Tony Causby fall death Tony Causby was helping to dismantle scaffolding when he fell A scaffolding firm has been ordered to pay more than £100,000 following the death of a labourer who fell through a warehouse roof in Skelmersdale. Read more >

5 Nov 2013

Massachusetts contractor faces $290,700 in OSHA fines for willful, repeat fall hazards

On May 28, 2013, OSHA cited Massachusetts contractor Twin Pines Construction Inc. for alleged willful, repeat and serious violations of workplace safety standards at its Durham, NH, work site. The wood framing contractor, based in Everett, Mass. Read more >