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Bull Moose Tube assists ASTM International to create new standards for steel structural tubes

Specifications for previously uncategorized alloys will make it easier for structural engineers to incorporate these new products into designs

Bull Moose Tube, a leading manufacturer of steel pipe and tube, has received permission by global standards developer ASTM International to announce the organization’s development of new standards for steel structural tubes. These new standards, covering cold-formed welded high-strength carbon steel, low-alloy steel hollow structural sections (HSS) among others, will be put in place before the end of 2018.

Bull Moose Hits the “Top 40” of St. Louis Area Private Companies

The St. Louis Business Journal recently unveiled its annual list of the Top 150+ Privately Held Companies in the St. Louis area. Companies are ranked not only according to employment and revenue numbers, but also by factors such as leadership and merger/acquisition activity.

We’re pleased to announce that Caparo Bull Moose actually reached the Top 40, coming in at number 39.

Our steel tubes have always earned points for strength. Now they can earn points for LEED certification.

Bull Moose® Tube has earned an environmental product declaration (EPD) from Underwriters Laboratories — making Bull Moose the only manufacturer in the HSS field with EPD certification. 

This is particularly significant for building owners and contractors seeking LEED points, because EPDs for Materials and Resources are actually required in the new LEEDv4 standards that become mandatory on October 31, 2016.

Bull Moose®: the Industry’s First EPD-Certified Sprinkler Pipe

Bull Moose® Tube has earned an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) from  Underwriters Laboratories — making Bull Moose pipe the only manufacturer in the sprinkler pipe field with EPD certification.

This is particularly significant for building owners and contractors seeking LEED points, because EPDs for Materials and Resources are actually required in the new LEEDv4 standards that became mandatory in 2016.

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