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Staten Island, Richmond County NY

Discover Staten Island

Staten Island, one of New York City’s five boroughs is situated at the southernmost tip of Manhattan. Over the years, Staten Island evolved from a rural farming community to a bustling suburban community, driven by shipping, manufacturing, and tourism. As a steel company serving Staten Island, we play a vital role in supporting its ongoing development and infrastructure needs. Staten Island is experiencing significant construction activity and growth in various areas. Residential construction, including single-family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, and apartment complexes, continue to expand throughout the island. Commercial and retail complexes, like office buildings and shopping centers, offer various amenities to residents and visitors. There are many ongoing projects aimed to improve transportation and public schools. Allied Steel can provide contractors in Staten Island with a wide variety of structural steel and more.

Our Contributions to Staten Island

Our metal products meet the highest standards of consistency and quality. This commitment led to us supplying fabrication work for contractors in Tottenville and Todt Hill, including wide flange beams, C channel, and A36 flitch plates. 

We also provided steel and metal products for projects at P.S. 60 school building, College of Staten Island, Staten Island Ferry Terminal, and St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School, delivering a wide range of materials such as A992 S-Beams, A572 high-strength structural steel girders, heavy A36 plate, 5052 aluminum angle brackets, and A588 C-channel.

Iconic Landmarks in Staten Island

Some iconic landmarks in Staten Island that prominently feature steel include the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge, Staten Island Ferry Terminal, Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge, and the Empire Outlets. The Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge, one of the longest suspension bridges in the United States, features massive steel cables and connects Staten Island to Brooklyn. The Staten Island Ferry Terminal is constructed using steel frames. It is a vital transportation hub that connects Staten Island to Manhattan. The Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge spans the Arthur Kill waterway between Staten Island and New Jersey. It has large steel trusses and allows ships to pass by.

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