Thompson Metal Fab Announces Website Relaunch Highlighting Completed Fabrication Case Studies
The redesigned TMFab.com tells the story of some of the successful fabrication case studies the company has completed.
August 9, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Thompson Metal Fabrication, the leading heavy structural steel and plate fabrication specialist based in Vancouver, Washington, has revamped its website to present its long list of conducted and completed fabrication studies.
Thompson Metal Fab sits in a 374,000-square foot indoor fabrication space facility with a 15-acre of outdoor assembly and fit-up space with access to utilities. The veteran-owned business’ ISO 9001: 2008 operations involving a full range of pre-qualified procedures to work with carbon steel, AR plate, weathering steel, stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, copper & brass, low temperature steels and modern alloys.
“Our innovative staff, state-of-the-art facility, and our relationships with mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and heavy-hauling subcontractors all make us a cost-effective, efficient solution for turn-key projects,” said the Thompson Metal Fabrication team. “We do the job right and we do it safely, and our safety record is one of the many things that set us apart from our competitors.”
The redesigned TMFab.com lays emphasis on its over three-decade experience and many capabilities involving oil and gas equipment fabrication, module assembly, coating appilcation and function checkout. The company has also engineered and built tanks and vessels in all sizes and shapes for industries from nuclear to oil to silicon.
Over the years, Thompson Metal Fab had also completed various Western United States hydroelectric dam projects, as well as marine projects, including barges, custom hulls, kort nozzles and floating platforms. Custom-fabrication of modular equipment beyond beam-and-column’ fabricator is also a highlight in the company’s portfolio.
To find out more about the revamped Thompson Metal Fabrication site with a refocus on the company’s completed fabrication case studies, please visit http://www.tmfab.com/ for information.
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