High Industries forms new company
High Industries Inc., based in Lancaster, Pa., has announced the formation of High Structural Erectors LLC, a new company that provides erection services to the infrastructure, commercial, institutional, and industrial markets. The company began formal operations as a High Industries affiliate on October 1, 2013.
High Structural Erectors specializes in the erection of structural steel and precast concrete, architectural precast, and cladding. The company combines the field operations capabilities and expertise of High Steel Structures Inc. and High Concrete Group LLC, two other High Industries affiliates.
“High Steel Structures and High Concrete Group both have earned solid reputations for handling large and complex projects,” said president Brian LaBorde. “By combining the strengths of our field services teams into a new company, we are building on this tradition while bringing value-added services to our customers.”
High Structural Erectors is headed by Paul A. Lipinsky, vice president of project management and field operations.
High Structural Erectors services include crane operations, site logistics, bridge steel rehabilitation, heat straightening of damaged girders, concrete repair, and emergency repairs. The company has AISC, welding, crane, PCI, and other certifications and licenses. Its market area includes the East Coast and Midwest. It will continue to support High affiliates’ construction projects.
About High Industries Inc.
High Industries Inc. is a family-owned, Lancaster, Pa.-based company. Its affiliates High Steel Structures Inc., High Concrete Group LLC, High Steel Service Center LLC, High Transit LLC, and High Structural Erectors LLC, deliver a wide range of products and services to customers across the eastern and mid-western United States. These products and services include steel bridge superstructure fabrication and erection; precast concrete building systems; metal processing and distribution; heavy-hauling transportation and steel and precast concrete erection services. More information is available by visiting www.high.net.