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A full-service, heavy industrial fabricator of modules, structural steel, storage tanks, pressure vessels and pipe spools, Greenberry Industrial employs 150 full-time welders and fabricators certified in a wide variety of alloys and materials. The company's facilities – in Sulphur, La., Vancouver, Wa., and Weldon, N.C. – provide 300,000-plus square feet of production space under hook. An industrial general contractor serving customers throughout the U.S., Greenberry offers an exceptionally trained, experienced and safety-conscious field services team that excels in all structural and mechanical disciplines.

Equipped to provide both routine and emergency maintenance, NAES has the capability to assemble and manage multidisciplinary teams that can address the full range of customer needs:

  • Pipe fabrication & installation
  • Boiler & furnace repair
  • Modular unit fabrication/assembly
  • Supplemental service contracts
  • High-alloy welding: R & S stamps
  • Full-service maintenance
  • Civil foundations
  • Emergency shutdowns
  • Structural steel erection
  • Heavy-lift rigging
  • Equipment assembly & erection
  • Site preparation
  • Field service

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