Master Steel (formerly Master Steel Industries) was established in February 1993. The company has since taken a specialized direction into technical fabrication, complying with the stringent quality requirements of ISO 3834. Master Steel now provides fabrication & manufacturing services, and assembly of complex steel components for the construction, commercial, heavy and public sectors. From structural steel to test bed machinery – no project is too complex. We can help in your project with the following:
– Weld traceability and compliance
– Manufacturer’s Data Reports
– Conformance and Non-Destructive Testing
– Post-Weld Heat Treatment and other post-processing requirements
– Documentation control including ITP sign-off
The focus on quality allows the company to cater to exacting requirements from complex steel projects and meticulous clients.
Most of our projects are referred to us by returning customers — Principal Contractors, Engineers, Asset Owners, and Construction Managers. We strive to exceed our customer’s expectations.
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