Three Fabrication Services That Could Benefit Your Next Project

Fabrication services are crucial to many mechanical and industrial projects. However, finding contractors with experience and safety certifications in welding and fabrication services, millwright services, and ironworking can be challenging. 

When working with a fabrication contracting company, it’s imperative that they perform quality work safely, on time, and within budget. Falling short in any of these areas can lead to the need for costly rework, legal liability, and other consequences.

While it’s not always easy, finding a partner that offers a wide variety of fabrication services in Northeast Florida or Southeast Georgia is essential. That way, you can go into a project with peace of mind knowing it will be completed right the first time.

Welding Services – Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Mig, and Aluminum

Industrial welding services should always be performed by a skilled, certified mechanical contractor. No matter the industry you serve or project at hand, Coker is ready to service your welding needs.

MIG Welding: Using MIG or metal inert gas welding, our fabricators are able to bond and shape metals such as Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum. 

Whether your project calls for a lightweight yet durable or a heavier weight bearing weld, Coker offers welding services, both in our full-serve fabrication shop and in the field. Our mechanical contractors can complete full-scale projects, as well as custom in-house fabrications. 

Millwright Services

Millwright services are commonly needed at construction sites, factories, power plants, and other industrial facilities. Our millwright workers provide essential services for machinery. They can help install, move, maintain, repair, and even reassemble specialty machines. 

If your factory or plant requires assistance in maintaining any specialty machinery during your annual outage support day, you will want to work with a skilled millwright maintenance team. Access to millwrighting services helps keep systems running as designed and can prevent unexpected downtime. 

Coker’s millwright technicians are highly trained and hold all of the latest safety certifications in the industry. If your facility uses any of the following equipment, you may want to consider working with a skilled mechanical contracting company to keep everything up to date:

  • Fans
  • Pumps
  • Motors
  • Gearboxes
  • Centrifuges
  • Turbines
  • Compressors
  • Blowers
  • And more!

Ironworking Services

Ironwork involves the fabricating, hoisting, erecting, and repairing of structural steel ironwork. Metals, concrete, and reinforcing materials also occasionally fall under this branch of fabrication services.

Coker’s ironworkers expand our steel division with the work they perform on towers, buildings, bridges, and more. Whether you need steel fabrication performed in a warehouse, power plant, or federal government building, or need exterior assistance with bridge erection, give Coker a call. 

Ironworking services are commonly used in several types of projects, including:

  • Bridges, dams, and other structures
  • Metal building exteriors
  • Building interiors, including warehouses, production facilities, and more

We are committed to providing our clients with superior ironworking services. From the design and planning stages through to the final product, our track record of success ensures that your expectations will be exceeded every time.

The First Step to Secure Fabrication Services

When you need hands-on solutions to modern-day industrial needs, give Coker a call. Our mechanical contracting team offers personalized fabrication solutions to meet your project’s needs. We’ll ensure that you have the best tradesmen working on your project so that each stage runs smoothly. 

Ready to discuss your project details, challenges, and opportunities? Coker has you covered. Request a quote today to begin working with a strategic fabrication services partner.