When it comes to taking on a project, there's almost nothing like the role of steel. Providing the backbone and strength to structures is the goal of our steel services, and we've been evolving the process to give our clients better results. Though we have worked with structural steel for years, our self -perform services saw a sharp increase beginning in 2014 with a number of General Motors projects. From procurement to detailing and erection, working with steel is a core strength of Barton Malow from healthcare to automotive clients and everyone in between. And as an American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) certified erector, quality is at the forefront of every endeavor.

Our Steel Advantage

To say we have experience with steel would be an understatement. With our steel leadership team having some 127 years of combined experience, we have a proven record of giving clients the results they want.

That track record also means safety is our priority. With an EMR at 0.41, our services are led by our dedication to safety. Our core values are integrity, partnership and empowerment, and safety is embedded in all three.

When it comes to Barton Malow's steel services, the role of technology and innovation is unmatched. Our Virtual Design & Construction team creates a top-to-bottom approach to every project we take on. Our team creates 3D steel modeling to assist in Quantity Takeoff, planning, and real time master model coordination. This helps coordinate schedules between our team and the client, all the while giving us the opportunity to visualize the field and adjust-all before boots even hit the ground.

With iconic projects for clients like Ford Field, Shinola, Detroit Medical Center, DTE Energy and more, clients can expect unrivalled steel work from our team.

Contact Barton Malow to learn more about our steel services or to discuss the best way to deliver your project!

Mark Braekevelt

“Being a part of something larger than myself is what Barton Malow is all about. The greatest successes we deliver come through teamwork, structure, planning and execution.”