We provide a variety of services related to steel fabrication.
From engineering to finishes, we ship solutions to project sites across the country.
We take pride in our exceptional engineering. Sourcing specifications from talented engineers and detailing firms is our hallmark. Through our stringent vetting process Steel Fabricators teams up with some of the best in the industry. We pair each job with the correct team of engineers and detailers to assure top quality work is granted to every customer. We have a certified Engineer on staff to oversee and aid our team on every project.
We also have the capabilities to perform Design Build/Design Assist services for our valued customers to help enhance the design of a project. Cost and duration are important on all jobs. Let Steel Fabricators help you maximize savings with both.
Steel Fabricators is an AISC certified fabricator doing business since 1974. Our fabrication facility is 122,000 square feet of modern CNC equipment manned by seasoned operators. The skill levels of our experienced welders and fitters set us apart from others, giving us the expertise to fabricate complex structures on time and within customers’ budgets. Our company is guided by experienced professionals who know structural steel, who listen to our customers, supplying finished products that fit correctly and arrive on time.
Steel Fabricators holds a Sophisticated Paint Endorsement from AISC. Our NACE certified painters and paint inspectors are experienced with multilayer paint systems as well as coatings used in Chemical and Oil & Gas industries. We have an enclosed paint facility that protects the paint from the elements during application. The result is paint systems that meet and exceed customer’s expectations while assuring we can meet delivery schedules exclusive of the weather.
With our facility located in North Louisiana we are positioned to ship steel anywhere in the country. Our logistic managers have the capability to load trucks to satisfy the erector’s needs. We take care to load the steel in the most efficient manner, to limit the number of trucks needed, while protecting the steel during shipping.