We have just received our new FICEP DRILL

THIS MACHINE: Drills, lays out, scribes. It’s an Automated drill line with saw combination.  Cuts and drills all kinds of steel shapes. Does the layout for attached pieces to make assembly 4 times faster. It can drill beams up to 730 lbs per lineal foot and depths of 40 inches.



Ponessa 3-Story Office Building and Café Vetro Now Open for Business

IMG_4221Steel Fab Enterprises participated in the fabrication and erection of the new 3-Story Ponessa office building in Lancaster, PA.  This project utilized 104 tons of structural steel framing that tied into ICF poured in place walls, supported precast plank floors.  Due to these conditions it took extremely close coordination between the GC and ourselves to make sure all embeds were located correctly, schedule multiple mobilizations and navigate a tight jobsite in order to get the steel erected on time.  The misc metals package included several stair towers with standard picket rails, galvanized picket rails, steel framed rails w/SS cable, anodized aluminum framed cable rails, crushed glass resin panel in-fill rails, and more.  Next time you’re in Lancaster stop at the corner of North Prince and West Lemon Streets to see the beautifully designed Café di Vetro on the ground floor of “The Tower” and enjoy a sandwich and drink.

View Ponessa Office Building and Café Vetro Slideshow

Spooky Nook Sports Complex, largest in the nation, opens for business!

IMG_3224In East Hempfield Township, Steel Fab Enterprises helped create the largest Sports Complex in the nation. Spooky Nook, located at 28 Spooky Nook Dr., East Hempfield, PA is a 1 million square foot building. It will provide volleyball, basketball, baseball, rock climbing, fitness center, and family fun. Spooky Nook is Home to the USA Woman’s Field Hockey team and provides so much more. This large project started in 2012.

Steel Fab Enterprises completed 185,000 square feet of Mezzanine using 825 tons of steel, 14 sets of stairs, 3/4 of a mile of cable railings, 13 trusses weighing approximately 350 tons and two canopies. Approximately 1,200 tons of steel has been used to complete the job to date.

See Spooky Nook Phase 1 Project Photos

See Spooky Nook Phase 2 Project Photos