See how we're pioneering the welding industry.

Since our inception, we have been pioneers in developing new techniques for shop‐environment welding and fabricating exotic and unusual materials of all kinds.

So, how do we build enormous structures from exotic materials? We're leaders in welding high‐strength steel alloys and high‐strength, non‐ferrous materials, including aluminum, nickel and titanium alloys.

How We Get it Done

Our welding processes include:

  • Gas tungsten arc
  • Gas metal arc
  • Flux cored arc
  • Submerged arc

This includes manual, semiautomatic and mechanized modes. We use state‐of‐the‐art technology, including AVC's, vision systems, arc oscillators and system controllers.

We're Confident in Our Welds Because We're Confident in Our Welders

Our welders and welding processes have the following basic qualifications:

  • NAVSEA S9047‐AQ‐GIB‐010/248
  • NAVSEA S9074‐AR‐GIB‐010/278
  • NAVSEA T9047‐AD‐GIB‐010/1688
  • AWS D1.1 B2.1, D1.2 & D17.1
  • ASME Section IX

We don't, however, like to rely on "basic" in any aspect of our business — especially when it comes to welding. We grow with each job, and we constantly work to develop and qualify processes and welders for project‐specific welding requirements.

Our Typical Welds Are Far From Typical

Some of our typical fabrications are hand-held structures, which we weld from components that are fully machined. In other cases, the assemblies are constructed from standard plates and shapes. Other projects require us to create enormous, complicated components that include a combination of machined parts, shapes and flat plates. These kinds of jobs require precise machining across the entire fabrication.

Ironclad Quality Assurance

Like all aspects of our process, quality assurance plays a major role in all welding operations. Experts conduct thorough examinations to analyze and test the quality of the work our welders perform.