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Heavy Fabrication Services

Utilizing the Latest Technologies for Your Project Needs

Metro Steel USA specializes in CNC machining and welding for large-scale projects. Our 200,000-square-foot fabrication facility provides the latest technologies and processes for your metal fabrication needs. We can work with steel, stainless steel, and aluminum, allowing us to accommodate a variety of industries such as aerospace, transportation, construction, and OEM.

What is Heavy Fabrication?

Heavy metal fabrication is the process of creating metal structures by cutting, shaping, and assembling various metal components. This highly specialized field requires an expert level of precision, attention to detail, and knowledge of various welding techniques. Heavy metal fabrication is often used in industries such as construction, aviation, and manufacturing. The fabrication process includes the use of advanced machinery, like laser cutters, to ensure that the finished product meets exact specifications. Experienced fabricators also use specialized tools and techniques to create custom designs and unique components. With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to quality, heavy metal fabricators create durable and lasting structures that meet the requirements of even the most demanding industries.


Metro Steel USA uses the latest laser, plasma, and CNC machining technologies for heavy welding and other metal fabrication services. We specialize in heavy metal fabrication, which involves the creation of custom machines, parts, and structures. Our value-added processes include laser cutting, welding, forming, and machining, making us a one-stop shop for your fabrication needs.

What is involved in Heavy fabrication?

Heavy fabrication involves the process of creating large and complex structures for industrial use through metalworking. The process usually involves cutting, welding, bending, and assembling different materials to achieve the desired shape. Heavy fabrication is used in industries such as construction, mining, oil and gas, and power generation. It requires specialized fabricators who are skilled in working with large structures and a range of metals. Among the materials used in heavy fabrication are steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and other alloys. This process requires a high degree of accuracy and precision to ensure the quality and strength of the finished product. Ultimately, heavy fabrication contributes significantly to the growth and development of various industries, making it an essential aspect of modern-day infrastructure.