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Kelly Iron Works, Inc. strives to meet the demands of our customers to create a long-lasting look. Our goal is to get you the service you need. We will work with you through the entire process until the job is complete.


Commercial steel fabrication is a process in which steel components and structures are manufactured, assembled, and fabricated for use in commercial and industrial applications. It involves the shaping, cutting, bending, and assembling of steel materials to create various products and structures such as beams, columns, frames, platforms, stairs, trusses, and more. These steel components are typically used in buildings, bridges, infrastructure projects, industrial facilities, and other commercial or non-residential structures.

The process of commercial steel fabrication typically includes the following steps:

  1. Design: Engineers and architects create detailed plans and specifications for the steel components or structures, considering factors like load-bearing capacity, safety, and functionality.
  2. Material Selection: The appropriate type and grade of steel are chosen based on the project requirements. Common types of steel used in commercial fabrication include carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel.
  3. Cutting: Steel sheets or bars are cut into the required shapes and sizes using tools like shears, saws, or laser cutting machines.
  4. Shaping and Forming: Steel pieces are shaped and formed through processes such as bending, rolling, and pressing. This step helps create the desired contours and dimensions.
  5. Welding: Various components are joined together using welding techniques to create larger assemblies. Welding is a crucial part of the fabrication process.
  6. Assembly: The individual steel components are assembled according to the design plans, and connections are made using bolts, rivets, or additional welding as necessary.
  7. Surface Treatment: Steel surfaces may be treated for corrosion resistance or to achieve specific aesthetics. Common treatments include painting, galvanizing, or applying protective coatings.
  8. Quality Control: The fabricated steel components are inspected to ensure they meet quality and safety standards.
  9. Transportation and Installation: Once the steel components are ready, they are transported to the construction site and installed as part of the larger commercial or industrial structure.


Miscellaneous steel fabrication refers to the production and fabrication of steel components that don’t fall into the category of major structural elements like beams, columns, or trusses. Instead, it involves the creation of various smaller and often custom-made steel parts and pieces that serve a wide range of functions in construction and industrial projects. These components are typically used to complement and support the primary structural elements in a building or structure. Miscellaneous steel fabrication is a critical aspect of construction, as it helps create a functional and aesthetically pleasing finished product.

Some common examples of miscellaneous steel fabrication include:

  1. Stairs and Railings: Custom-built steel stairs, handrails, and guardrails for safety and access within a building.
  2. Ladders and Platforms: Steel components used for access to elevated areas, such as mezzanines, catwalks, and maintenance platforms.
  3. Grating and Grilles: Steel grating used for flooring or ventilation, often seen in industrial settings.
  4. Ornamental and Architectural Elements: Decorative steel components, such as ornate gates, fencing, and custom-designed features, used for aesthetic purposes.
  5. Bollards and Guard Posts: Protective steel posts or barriers used to control or restrict vehicle access and enhance security.
  6. Custom Brackets and Supports: Tailor-made steel brackets, supports, and hangers for attaching equipment, signage, and other fixtures to a structure.
  7. Miscellaneous Structural Steel: Any non-standard steel elements needed for a specific project, such as columns or beams with unique shapes or connections.
  8. Canopies and Awnings: Steel-framed structures designed to provide shade and protection from the elements.
  9. Signage and Advertising Displays: Steel structures used to support billboards, signs, and advertising displays.
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Kelly Iron Works, Inc will provide you with all you need to complete your steel projects. All projects start with our in-house structural steel detailer. Once your shop drawings are complete, they will be sent overnight to you in order to get them approved. As soon as Kelly Iron Works receives approved shop drawings, your project will be scheduled for fabrication. All fabrication is done by certified welders. Any project can be fabricated and delivered anywhere in the United States. If you also want your project to be erected, we use qualified and skilled ironworkers.

Kelly Iron Works, Inc. strives to accomplish our goal: