Engineering | Manufacturing | Millwrighting | Rigging | Service & Preventive Maintenance | Utility Piping | Sanitary Process Piping

Unparalleled Capabilities

Design/Build Potential

We are capable of
  • Manufacturing, installing, and servicing most commercial & industrial equipment.
  • Off-loading and staging heavy equipment at our facility when needed.
  • Shearing, braking, punching, rolling, machining, welding, and assembly.
  • Braking and shearing up to 14 ft lengths.


Cutting-edge Tools & Technology

ISI Equipment & Services

Fabrication, Installation & Service
In addition to our design/build capabilities, we have a full fleet of service vehicles and equipment dedicated to the on-site fabrication, installation, and service of the systems we manufacture as well as those provided by others. Our installation equipment includes specialty trailers, forklifts, scissor lifts, and bucket-style man lifts.

Heavy Rigging & Transportation
We provide a wide variety of heavy rigging and transportation services. Our rigging equipment includes forklifts, from light electric to heavy industrial models, air skates, and an industrial crane.  We have rigged equipment weighing in excess of 200,000 lbs., and we have a perfect safety record.

CAD, Computing & Plotting Equipment
Our office is fully equipped for CAD work with up-to-date computing and plotting equipment. We can utilize in-house or client provided drawings to supply laser cut components to our customers.

The Cornerstone of Our Business

Our Service Department

Our Service Department is the cornerstone of our business. Our daily operations reflect this, because on any given day you will find approximately 50% of our resources engaged in service-related work.

We are convinced this is good for our customers since it results in a commitment to doing work right the first time. Our employees are required to perform service calls on the same equipment they install.  This provides our customers with a very high level of accountability.

“Approximately 50% of our resources are engaged in service-related work.”