Our fab shop is your advantage.

It’s a fact: Skilled fabrication of mechanical systems has a profound impact on projects.

Fabrication saves time, lowers costs, reduces waste and promotes safety.

But to capture those benefits, fabrication has to be done right. That means hiring and keeping true professionals – then providing the facility, tools and process to let them excel.

Inside our 90,000-sq. ft. fabrication shop, we’re working on your project long before it’s our turn on your job site.

Here, our 50+ team professionals build:

  • Miles of piping – as wide as 5 feet in diameter and as narrow as half an inch – in carbon steel, stainless steel and copper
  • Plumbing batteries and assemblies out of PVC, CPVC, HDPE, ductile or cast iron
  • Multi-trade racks that incorporate electrical and controls systems
  • Other components and systems, including central energy plant modules, medical gas assemblies and pump skids.

To construct systems for high-purity environments, we have a separate Class 1000 clean room, where we fabricate stainless steel hygienic piping. And we operate a second fabrication facility in Charleston, SC (10,000 square feet).

Four decades of operation taught us how to optimize fabrication.

Our current shop is a next-generation environment. We designed and built it with safety and efficiency foremost in mind.

Here’s how we work:

  • After consulting with contractors in pre-construction, our design team and engineers develop shop drawings and plans. They use state-of-the-art CAD and BIM technology.
  • Fabrication is performed in a stationed environment – 90,000 square feet, with ceilings 35 feet high. Each station is ergonomically optimized; for example, professionals can sit or stand to weld.
  • A pair of Panasonic robots helps with repeatable welds, adding agility and speed to tight project schedules.
  • Each task is captured by tagging every component with a bar code, thus providing a precise record of who, what and when.
  • On-site quality control professionals inspect each component and system before it leaves the fabrication shop.
  • After inspection, systems and modules are loaded onto flatbed trucks. The shop has 14 entrances for truck loading and departure.