National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Midwest Steel Works has been awarded the 752 ton steel and erection contract on the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Energy Systems Integration Facility located on the campus of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden Colorado by J.E. Dunn Construction Company of Denver Colorado.  NREL is the DOE’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency.  NREL’s work focuses on advancing renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies from concept to the commercial marketplace through industry partnerships.  This facility will be the nation’s only facility that can conduct integrated megawatt-scale testing of all components and strategies critical to deploying renewable energy and other energy-efficiency technologies into the nation’s electrical grid at a utility scale.

Cabela’s World’s Foremost Bank

Midwest Steel Works has been awarded the 183 ton addition to the Cabela’s World’s Foremost Bank located in UNL Technology Park in Lincoln, Nebraska by Hampton Enterprises, Inc. of Lincoln, Nebraska.  Cabela’s chartered the World’s Foremost Bank, N.A., in 2001 to provide support for their co-branded credit card, which was started in 1995   . The bank provides customer service, risk management and payment processing exclusively for Cabela’s Visa cardholders.

Block 38 – Catalyst One Building

Midwest Steel Works has been awarded the 173 ton steel contract on the Block 38 – Catalyst One Building project in Lincoln, Nebraska by Sampson Construction Company of Lincoln, Nebraska.  Block 38 is a Woodbury Corporation project and is a mixed-use facility redevelopment project in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska.  The ten story structure consists of first-floor commercial, 630 stall parking facility and three floors of residential living units.

Midwest Steel Launches New Website

Midwest Steel recently partnered with Turbine Interactive in launching a newly designed website. New features of the website include a digital portfolio gallery, detailed service section and information about their Green (LEED) construction options.  Midwest Steel hopes that the new site will not only better communicate with their current clients, but be a great way to reach out to potential clients, as well.

With Midwest Steel specializing in some key areas like fabrication and metal decking, the site is an opportunity for them to showcase some of their finished work and encourage inquiries about new building projects, while staying up on the latest outreach medias.  To visit their new site, go to www.midweststeelworks.com.