Structural and Architectural Metals

Our crews of fabricators and erectors are routinely engaged in projects ranging from mezzanines and staircases to complex primary structures. Our full service facility is set up to handle carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, inconel, brass, copper; basically whatever type of metal and finish that your requirement demands, and is fully supported by state-of-the-art CAD systems (AutoCAD and StruCAD), integrated purchasing and receiving systems, and demanding quality control systems and techniques. Our Ironworker/Erector crews are comprised of some of the highest skilled individuals in the industry, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and methodologies to complete your projects safely, under budget, on time.

Equipment Installation and Alignment

Obviously, one of our primary areas of operation involves rigging, setting, and providing the local electrical and mechanical utility services and terminations to manufacturing process equipment. Utilizing state-of-the-art optical alignment equipment, (and a great deal of in-house experience), we can also align your equipment to process required relative tolerances of as little as one-half of one-thousandth of an inch. Our experience involves such equipment as bridge cranes, aluminum extrusion presses, semiconductor plant platen presses, power rectifiers and low voltage high current aluminum and copper buss systems, cooling towers, chillers, boilers, scrubbers, magnets, silicone crystal furnaces, concrete batch plants, sawmills, feed and seed plants, injection molding machines, copper wire process machines, etc. We can receive and unload a new piece of equipment, relocate an existing machine, or provide turnkey relocation of an entire manufacturing process or plant. Contact us for your equipment installation, alignment, and or relocation needs.


Our workplace environments typically impose upon us a very active, and often potentially deadly variety of hazards. As such, we maintain an unyielding commitment to safe work practice through regular safety training and certification, constant attention to detail, low employee turnover, and tough company-wide safety standards (many of which often exceed O.S.H.A.'s standards). The veracity of our safety program is best demonstrated by our Workers Compensation "mod factor" maintained well below industry standards. In addition, we have incorporated an attitude of "zero tolerance" for drug use and alcoholism, and test regularly to ensure and demonstrate compliance.