Our Community

Our Community

| Steel Company in Buffalo, NY

Tonawanda, NY began as a hamlet with the settlement of Henry Anguish who built a log home in 1808 and a tavern in 1811 at the mouth of Tonawanda Creek, where it empties into the Niagara River

The hamlet grew slowly until the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825. The lumber industry provided economic opportunity to the towns on either side of Tonawanda Creek which led them to become a leading lumber processing center by the end of the 19th century. 

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Steel Structure, Buffalo NY Steel Company

| Salvation Army

Our support of the Salvation Army during the holiday season once again raised awareness of the need for non-perishable food products. With the help of the local boy scouts, Bender's Technical Detailing created and distributed over 8,000 fliers within the city of Tonawanda. In an article written by the Tonawanda News, Joanne Guercio showed the need for the non-perishable food items.
| Boys and Girls Club
In conjunction with BOCES, Bender's Technical Detailing drew this pavilion for the Boys and Girls Club on Franklin Street in Tonawanda. This pavilion was needed for shelter during their outdoor activities that includes arts and crafts, street hockey and their 3 baseball diamonds. There are no steel members within this pavilion, but our drafting and design capabilities allow us to draw this wood structure.

Organizations like these need our help as state and federal funding has been cut. Call your local Salvation Army and Boys and Girls Club to see what needs they may have. Any help that you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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