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The Tradition of "Topping Out"

"Topping Out" is a longstanding traditional ceremony held when the last beam is placed atop a building during its construction. This marks a significant milestone in the construction process and is often celebrated by the construction team, project stakeholders, and sometimes even the public. The ceremony typically involves the hoisting of an evergreen tree and American flag to the top of the building, symbolizing the completion of the structure's framework.

At Redinger Steel, we take great pride in celebrating the topping out ceremonies of our projects. It's a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and we are honored to share this milestone with our clients. 

Redinger Steel's Topping Out Ceremonies

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