In this blog, we will discuss metal fabrication services. First, let’s define it. It’s the process of building structures and machines from raw metal materials. Different processes include burning, cutting, machining, welding, forming, and assembly before creating the final product. These projects can be for small, manufactured parts, such as cutlery or hand tools, or massive industrial projects involving structures and architectural metals. The processes come together in a metal fabrication shop where individual projects can be completed in one location.
Metal fabrication is essential in many industries worldwide. Standard raw materials include fittings, formed and expanded metal, flat metal, sectional metal, welding wire, castings, and plate metal. High-quality fabrication shops employ various craftsmen, including ironworkers, boilermakers, welders, blacksmiths, and other professionals who work exclusively with raw materials.
The Future of Metal Fabrication Services
Approximately 1.5 million workers are in the metal fabrication industry today, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. When the economy is thriving, the metal fabrication industry thrives, too. Today, the industry is vibrant and is predicted to have strong growth in the future. In the past, fabricators took on a few substantial projects yearly. A steadier sales volume can be maintained with diversification and knowing where the market is moving. For example, new construction picks up as populations increase, thereby requiring fabrication services.
At FI•CON Construction & Fabrication, our qualified fabricators can solve a multitude of problems for any construction project. Our work includes the fabrication and installation of ductwork, coolers, converters, acid towers, process chemical and steam piping, and expansion joints. This is not an exhaustive list, however. To learn more about what our fabrication solutions can do for you, please contact us. We look forward to solving your problems so that your business can continue to do what it does best.