• 1955

    Steel Fabrication Service founded by J. Glenn Sherrill. Primary business is ornamental handrails for residential communities in Charlotte, NC.
  • 1960

    Incorporated as SteelFab, Inc.
  • 1970 -1976

    J. Glenn's sons, Ronnie, Don and Phillip, join the business.
  • 1983

    Fabricated and erected our first high-rise: a 21-story condominium in Myrtle Beach SC.
  • 1985

    CM Steel was founded in Charlotte, NC to fabricate stairs, handrails and other miscellaneous steel.
  • 1988

    SteelFab of South Carolina was founded and opened a new structural fabricating facility in Florence, SC.
  • 1990

    SteelFab of Virginia was founded and opened a new structural fabricating facility in Emporia, VA.
  • 1993 - 1996

    Glenn and Stuart Sherrill join the company, first of the 3rd generation.
  • 1994

    Fabricated and erected structural and miscellaneous steel for a 2,100,000 square foot Customer Information Center for First Union National Bank.
  • 1996

    SteelFab of Alabama was founded and opened a new structural fabricating facility in Roanoke, AL.
  • 1999

    Fabricated first large project for the power industry: a 9,500-ton coal fired plant in Puerto Rico.
  • 2000

    SteelFab of Georgia was founded when we acquired a structural plant in Dublin, GA.
  • 1999 - 2001

    Fabricated and erected the 12,800 tons, 42 story Hearst Tower.
  • 2002 - 2003

    Fabricated and erected 10,000 tons for the 1,508,013 square foot US Census Bureau.
  • 2008

    Fabricated over 100,000 tons in one year for the first time
  • 2008 - 2010

    Fabricated and erected 23,500 tons for the 2.1 million square foot NCE project.
  • 2010

    Washington, DC office was opened
  • 2012

    Alpha Industries, Inc. became SteelFab Texas, Inc. giving SteelFab a plant and office in Texas
  • 2014

    Brentwood, Tennessee sales office was opened
  • 2016

    SteelFab, Inc. started producing C-Beams

Mission Statement

The mission of STEELFAB, INC.  is to provide the construction industry with quality fabricated steel products and services at competitive prices. In accomplishing this, we will treat our customers, employees and suppliers in a fair and equitable manner.

To our CUSTOMERS, we offer a teamwork approach by fulfilling their needs with outstanding services. Further, we strive to be a low-cost producer of quality products while maintaining the ability to respond to challenging markets.

For our EMPLOYEES, we provide a safe and challenging environment where work can be enjoyable and rewarding. We strive to stimulate learning, teamwork and personal growth for all employees.

From our SUPPLIERS, we expect a close, mutually beneficial relationship as they are partners in meeting our customers' needs.

For STEELFAB, we must realize a reasonable profit to compensate stockholders, employees and reinvestment for future competitiveness.

Above all, WE will conduct our business based upon high ethical standards, integrity and honesty.


Safety

SteelFab's Commitment to Safety

SteelFab, Inc. is committed to provide a Safe and Healthy workplace for all of our valued employees.

Our driving force is two-fold; 1. Working Safe is a Condition of Employment, and 2. We must be each other's keeper. Our belief is that we are morally, legally, and ethically obligated to care for each other, to care for ourselves, and to care for our families, both personal and professional, here at work, and as well at home. To be successful in this endeavor, we have learned to "lock arms instead of horns" to facilitate trust between employees and management thus changing our culture to a non-adversarial work environment.

We strive to insure that our training programs meet, and in most cases, exceed all local, state and federal safety guidelines, standards, and rules which have been promulgated since the 1970 OSH ACT. SteelFab, Inc. has a full time Corporate Safety Department which provides the best training available, i.e. Lockout/Tagout, Haz-Com, Overhead Cranes & Hoists, Forklifts, etc., for our employees. The Safety Department also makes unannounced "mock OSHA" inspections of our Charlotte facility as well as our affiliate shops. During jobsite construction activities SteelFab, Inc.'s Corporate Safety Director is often observed walking/inspecting the iron worker's activities to insure that we are "doing the right thing" in regard to OSHA and General Contractor's Safety Requirements.

Quality Policy

The SteelFab, Inc. Quality Policy is to provide its customers with a structural steel product that has been fabricated and coated in accordance with the quality requirements, applicable codes and building standards specified in the contract documents.

SteelFab, Inc. is committed to continually improve procedures, practices and the value of our service to our customers and the construction industry.