Steel Fabrication is Our Specialty
Steel Specialties, Inc. has been serving El Paso, TX and its surrounding areas since 1987. As a leading provider of steel, metal, and other structural material, we are well equipped to produce multi-million dollar projects. Our shop employees know what it takes to meet demands and work hard to surpass customer expectations.
Our business is certified by the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) in the state of Texas and the American Institute of Steel Construction and we are proud to be a locally-owned small business. While helping bring many of the El Paso area’s buildings to existence, we also look forward to enhancing the relationships of those we conduct business with through fair pricing, high-quality workmanship, and superior customer service.
We are El Paso’s Experts in Steel Fabrication
From schools to car dealerships, churches, medical centers, and a 46,000 square feet ballpark — our wide range of capabilities have been a large contributor to many of the new buildings seen around town. Our efficiency for steel fabrication includes both small and large-scale projects.
We specialize in providing you with the supplies and manufacturing services to fulfill your project. Our staff is comprised of tenured experts in structural steel fabrication along with in-house training of estimating and detailing. If you are looking for a structural steel fabricator, our delivery of service is sure to provide you with the material needed to complete your next project.
As a leading expert in the steel fabricator industry in the Southwest, we know that the process of fabrication and welding is a complex and demanding task. For the reason, we know that not every material provider in the steel industry can pull off jobs properly. Steel Specialties is one of the only structural steel fabricators in El Paso that has and operates the CNC Robotic Welding Machine. With the use of this cutting edge technology, our metal fabrication experts can produce 10 beam and column assemblies in one day, whereas a manual welder can typically only produce one or two in the same amount of time.