Thorough structural analysis
Detailed cost breakdowns
In-house engineering and design department utilizes the latest technology and BIM systems (Building Information Modeling).
Vast network of reliable subcontractors
Participation in preconstruction design meetings and providing budgeting along the way
3D model review
In-house engineering and detailing department
Detailed shop and erection drawings to exact project and customer specifications
SDS 2, Tekla, Solidworks, AutoCAD, Building Information Modeling
Generation and exportation of multiple file type and formats
Manufacturing facilities have earned multiple levels of certification from the American Institute of Steel Construction.
Standard for Steel Building Structures (STD)
Major and Simple Steel Bridges (CBR)
Fracture Critical Endorsement (F)
136,000 square feet of manufacturing space
Quality Control and Assurance Department
Strict adherence to detail and project specifications
Achieved the AISC’s highest level of certification for Steel Erection.
Project-specific erection plans with hoisting and erection requirements communicated and implemented in the field.
All welders are qualified per American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1. Written welding procedures, compliant with AWS specifications are used by welders.
Written procedures for all non-conformances, bolting, crane operation, contract document review, and document control.
Written safety systems, policies and procedures.
Part quality is monitored by rigid inspection of detailed parts
Quality Assurance & Engineering department
DOT On-site Inspector, DOT approved Quality Manual
AISC/ASME Quality Manuals
Visual & NDE Testing