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Superior Steel’s fabrication facilities are located in Knoxville, Tennessee and Rockmart, Georgia. Our manufacturing plants have a total fabricating and inventory area of over 100,000 square feet and the capacity to produce in excess of 18,000 tons of fabricated steel annually.
Superior Steel, Inc. is an AISC Certified fabricator. AISC Certification sets the quality standard for the steel industry and is the most recognized national quality Certification program for the structural steel industry. Companies that are AISC Certified have been through a rigorous initial evaluation, and are subject to annual reviews by an independent auditing company. The annual audit confirms that Superior Steel has the personnel, knowledge, organization, equipment, experience, capability, procedures, and commitment to produce the required quality of work for a given Certification category.
All welders are qualified per American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 and written welding procedures are available for their use.
Written bolt tightening procedures compliant with the Research Council on Structural Connections (RCSC) specifications are available and implemented.
Written procedures for disposition of nonconforming products are understood and implemented.
There is an effective procedure for the review of the project drawings and specifications that provides the necessary information to all responsible individuals in the organization to assure contract compliance – including a system for requests for information (RFI) necessary to resolve discrepancies or variations from contract requirements.
There is a procedure for processing revised or voided drawings with complete, up-to-date erection and shop drawings. The fabricator does have a documented procedure to provide for checking of all shop and erection drawings to ensure compliance with the contract documents.
Material is ordered in accordance with design drawings and specifications, and there is a material identification and receipt inspection procedure to ensure material received meets the purchase order and ASTM A6 requirements.
The fabricator has a procedure for inspection and the qualification of inspection personnel to verify that the product quality meets the project requirements.