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  • Platform

    60'x15'x25' Long Structure, fabricated safety platform, 16k lbs. 

    Built safety structure and modularized for long travel 


      Industrial Work Platforms / Construction 

    • THE "ASK"

      Partnered with industrial construction company who offers specialized design and fabrication of process systems, piping, and skids for the food, beverage, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries. Their capabilities range from biopharmaceutical installations with high-purity orbital welding to plant service utility system installations performed to ASME B31.1, B31.3, and BPE B31.3 codes. 

      We worked as their fabrication partners to build this large, modularized platform structure. 


      60' long, biodiesel frame. 


      15 x 25' structure that required heavy use of cranes, carts, ladders and safety parameters to build.



      1. Plates and angles 1/2 inch thick or less can be sheared.

      2. Saw cut or flame cut structural shapes.

      3. Grind edges smooth after cutting.

      4. Provide 1/2 inch minimum radius for re-entrant corner cuts and holes in flanges or webs, except typical beam copes or blocks. For typical cuts, use AISC standard radius.


      1. Punch holes clean without torn or ragged edges.

      2. Remove burrs and fins before bolting.

      3. Size bolt holes not to exceed bolt diameter by more than 1/16 inch, unless oversize, short slotted or long slotted holes are approved. For slotted holes, if approved, ensure long direction of the slot is perpendicular to direction of largest load for bearing-type connections.

      4. Punch steel for attachment of wood nailers, anchors, or for other purposes shown.


      1. Use welders qualified in accordance with AWS D1.1.

      2. Make welds in accordance with AWS D1.1.

      3. Unless otherwise shown on Drawings, use prequalified welded joints shown in AWS D1.1.

      4. Finish members true-to-line and free from twist, bends, and open joints.

      5. Ensure side or end fillet welds terminating at ends or sides of parts or members are returned continuously around corners for a distance not less than 2 times nominal size of weld, where practicable.

      6. Use back-stitch weld to prevent movement of parts during welding.

      7. For full penetration welds provide backup bars longer than weld (run-off tabs). Cut and grind tabs off after weld is complete.


      1. Weld or bolt shop connections.

      2. Design connections not designed.

      3. Design connections to develop reactions and stresses shown on Drawings. Where reaction or stress is not noted, design connections to develop full working strength of members in accordance with AISC standards. Connections designed by fabricator are his responsibility. Review of Shop Drawings does not relieve fabricator of this responsibility.

      4. Design connections to provide suitable access for field installation.

      5. Provide not less than 2 bolts per connection.

      6. Remove burrs, pits, and other defects from contact surfaces of steel where members are jointed.

      7. When oversize, short slotted or long slotted holes are approved, use standard hardened washers, plate washers or continuous bars as noted in RCSC industry standard specified.


      Supported in creating a modularized design that could be hauled off to Colorado where it was installed, in multiple semi trucks. 


      • Short-Run
    • STEPS

      1. Confirm Design
      2. Manufacture Prints
      3. Saw Cut
      4. Laser
      5. Form 
      6. Weld
      7. Assemble
      8. Quality Evaluation
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