Contractor Metal Works
Our Steel Division has the ability to create custom steel and metal equipment, tools and structural systems. We offer a full range of steel and metal fabrication installation services and our experts have a multitude of welding certifications with a long history of product excellence.

Do you need specialists with the ability to create custom steel and metal equipment, tools and structural systems? Here you’ll find a full range of steel and metal fabrication and installation services.

For years building owners, designers, architects, and general contractors have opted for metal in commercial construction projects over other materials for its energy efficiency, low maintenance, and durability. Increasingly, however, its other key attributes—its striking beauty, clean look, and versatility in both new and retrofit construction—are helping to firmly establish metal as the material of choice for institutional, commercial and education building projects.

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Steel has been used in construction since the first skyscrapers were built in the late 19th century. But recently, it has become an option for smaller buildings and even residences.

Structural steel is commonly used in high-rise commercial and industrial building construction primarily because of its high strength, toughness, rigidity, and ductile properties. Structural steel is the most cost-effective framing material. Structural steel members are fabricated in structural H-beams, I-beams, and T-beams, which are used as structural load bearing members. Structural steel fabricated off-site under controlled conditions reduces costly job site modifications.

This material provides strength that is unavailable for buildings made with wood framing and brick walls. It does not warp, buckle, twist, or bend and it is flexible and easy to install. Because of its increased quality and ease of maintenance steel is an attractive building material. On top of that, it is mold- and mildew-resistant, a plague that sometimes affects wood-framed buildings. Steel is sturdy enough that it resists the damage caused by natural disasters, such as tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes. It also makes buildings a lot more resistant to fire and termites. Because it is highly durable, insurance premiums can be lower for buildings where steel is used.

Although it plays a key role in setting industry-wide trends in sustainability and green design, metal also has other advantages over other materials.

  • Metal walls can help you save on costs. They can also be custom-engineered to bring you quickly up to code requirements.
  • Metal products are flexible—a must for designing tight or complex spaces.
  • There is a wide array of metal types and finishes available.
  • With metal, building design options are endless.

Construction metalworking involves the skills required to mark out, cut and assemble, repair and maintain steel structures such as buildings, bridges, heavy plant and lifting equipment. A construction metalworker must have a good knowledge of mathematical calculations and geometrical techniques, and be able to interpret simple and complex engineering drawings. He or she must be able to fabricate small to large structures and check them for correct dimensions and flatness.

OneCall Contractor Metal Works has the best professionals in metal constructions. They have the skills and training to create custom steel and metal equipment, tools, and structural systems. Here, you’ll find a full range of steel and metal fabrication installation services and experts with many welding certifications and a long history of product excellence.

No job is too big or small. If you have a design, they can build it. If you need assistance designing or reviewing fabrication options, we are happy to share our knowledge and expertise. Contact us today!

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