Giving back to the community you came from or live in is one of the most rewarding things you can do with your time and money. Barton Supply's Adopt-A-Family serves numerous families from local charities, schools, and children's homes. Donate to Adopt-A-Family today!
How to Prevent Injury on a Construction Jobsite
In a world that plays with the idea of what is "essential" and "nonessential", there is one thing that will never change: safety is always essential, especially in the construction supply industry.
Barton Supply Launches Fifth Annual Barton Adopt-A-Family-Charity
Barton Supply invites you to participate in our annual Adopt-A-Family fundraiser and charity event, this fall. 100% of the donations and money raised will directly benefit the families in the Adopt-A-Family program.
Barton Supply - 2019 Business Award Winner
It’s hard to imagine while standing in a building or driving through a parking structure that facilities like these have to support enormous weight loads, and that the most important engineering elements in concrete are largely left unseen. Enter Barton Supply.
HOW USING BIM INCREASES STRUCTURAL STEEL PROJECT ACCURACY
According to Tekla, of the $3.5 trillion spent worldwide on commercial construction, 20 percent goes to waste. That’s $700 billion flushed due to preventable design inaccuracies. Even with computers to work out...
3 REASONS A PLASMA CUTTING TABLE BENEFITS YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Once you’ve won the construction project, completed the back-slapping, fist bumps and high fives with your team, it’s time to get down to business. You know your final victory lap won’t happen until you’ve completed the project...
WHY YOUR CONSTRUCTION STEEL SUPPLIER SHOULD BE AISC CERTIFIED
Should you care if your construction steel supplier goes to the heavy expense and trouble to become AISC certified? That depends. Do you want your job to proceed efficiently and safely?
CURVE, CAMBER, AND SWEEP IN STRUCTUAL STEEL BEAMS
When designing with structural steel, does it have to be all straight runs, angles and joints?
CONCRETE VOID FORMS: ONE WAY TO DEAL WITH COLORADO'S EXPANSIVE SOILS
When pondering natural hazard in Colorado, we might think of lightning strikes, violent hailstorms, wind, blizzards, flash floods, meteorites and maybe even Bigfoot. But the number one natural hazard, according to the Colorado Geological Survey, actually comes from the ground.
BUILDING ON A SOLID FOUNDATION: REBAR PACKS FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION
Few things cause as much excitement and anxiety as planning a new home from the ground up. It's your chance to create the perfect living space according to your dreams and budget.