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The Main Shop


The main shop consists of 30,000 square-feet of work space with the two bays and four overhead cranes. High bays and large doors allow for the fabrication of trusses and plate girders up to 18 feet deep and 130 feet long. All major fabrication, assembly, painting, and loading takes place here.












Pictured: 60 foot long curved trusses for the new home of Reed Academy in Oakland, NJ.

The Miscellaneous Shop


The 5,000 square-foot Miscellaneous Shop is where stairs, handrails, and other assemblies are fabricated. Threading machines, hydraulic presses, automatic welding equipment and two ironworkers operated by experienced workers insure accurate and timely fabrication of small parts and connection material.









Pictured: Welding picket to rail for handrails at the New School for the Islamic Center in South Brunswick, NJ.

The Detail Shop


The 6,000 square-foot Detail Shop is where plates, angles, and other small pieces are processed, typically for assembly later in the Main or Miscellaneous Shop.  The shop contains a Pacific plate shear, Verson Press Brake, a plate roller, radial arm drill, and Peddinghaus Angle Master.

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