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Published on Jan 12, 2011
In 2002, Portland Bolt manufactured 2-1/2" diameter tie rods, all exceeding 20 feet in length, for the expansion of the Oregon Convention Center. The rods were assembled with clevises on each end, and the clevises were custom, heat treated parts which were designed by an engineer specifically for this project.
These tie rod assemblies line the front windows of the convention center, and are seen by thousands of passing motorists each day. In this video, Mike Monlux of Portland Bolt speaks a bit more in-depth about the project direct from the Oregon Convention Center.
Portland Bolt & Manufacturing Company Mike Monlux (800) 547-6758 firstname.lastname@example.org