7550 South 10th Street, Oak Creek, WI 53154            Phone (414) 571-6000    |    Fax (414) 571-6061           Toll Free 1-877-STELWND

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on his Level III Shot Peening Certification!

What sets Steelwind apart from other heavy fabrication industries is a diverse customer base, an enormous lift capacity, and the ability to heat treat, blast, and paint 

your product at one location!

Steelwind Industries provides the highest level of

quality, elite customer service, and fastest turnaround

in the industry.

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Steelwind Industries is a large capacity fabrication shop offering heavy custom metal steel fabrication services for large parts in high and low volume runs.  Based out of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area, our facility offers over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space including 10 overhead cranes with lifting capacity up to 100 tons per bay.  We offer the most extensive metal fabrication services to many industries including: Mining, Aerospace, Medical, Architectural, Oil and Gas, Power Transmission, Transportation and Construction to name a few.

 

We also offer machining, heat treating services, abrasive blasting and industrial painting. From raw processing to completed products Steelwind’s experienced staff

of fitters, welders, certified weld inspectors, architectural fabricators, heat treat operators, blasters and painters can handle all of your project requirements.

 

All under one roof!

 
SPEAKING OF ROOFS . . .
SteelWind Industry's expertise was called upon to help with the blasting and painting of the roof on the American Family Insurance Amphitheater —
Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. (MWF) is excited to announce that a portion of the roof of the American Family Insurance Amphitheater has been safely and successfully raised to almost twice the height of the current roof, from 39 feet to 65 feet!