All structural steel for the new building was fabricated in-house at our Southampton facility. Over half a million pounds of steel, including complex hip and valley roofing members were produced. All steel was erected under our direct supervision.
Fabricated and erected all structural steel for new fire rescue building
Fabricated and erected four new canopies at island platforms, elevated platform and station entrance. Performed intricate fabrication involving hip and valley roof framing members
Fabricated and erected canopies, grated walkways and decorative railings on floating gangways at newly constructed terminal
Refurbished / re-fabricated existing steel trusses on historic pony truss bridge. Produced 500’ of historic reproduction ornamental handrails
The Tie Master® is our signature piece. Known in the industry as “Little Red”, it is an affordable, American made machine that switches out cross ties on existing rail lines and requires only a single operator.
Designed, developed and manufactured at our Southampton facility, Tie Master® is a relatively small machine powered by a gas or diesel engine. The unit is powerful enough to compare with much larger machines at only a fraction of the cost. Its’ small size gives Tie Master® unmatched portability: it can be picked up and moved with equipment the size of a backhoe and loaded onto a truck or trailer for transport. It is also available with an optional towing package making transport even easier.
Our flat cars are custom designed and built to each customer’s unique specifications. Variables include deck height, width and length, decking materials (imported or domestic wood or metal), weight capacity, truck style, coupler style and brake style. The cars can be used for numerous applications
This project upgraded the signs on the New Jersey Turnpike between Exits 6 and 9 under the Authority’s “advanced fabrication contract” program. This type of contract, in which signs are purchased and stored by the Owner for installation at a later date, has become familiar in the industry.
This project continued the initiative to upgrade the signs on the New Jersey Turnpike. Under the Authority’s ongoing “advanced fabrication contract” program, signs are purchased and stored by the Owner for installation at a later date