Partnership with Academy of Craft Training

ACT Program Welding Image

Partnership with the Academy of Craft Training

We’d like to take a moment to highlight one of the programs we value here at FabArc Steel. The Academy of Craft Training (ACT) has given us the opportunity to help build young individuals trade knowledge and give them skills to start careers. This summer we had the pleasure of working with Marisa Bond, who is the third female to work on our production team as a welder. We’re proud to announce that during her time with us, Marisa worked on the shop floor with senior welders and became an AWS certified welder. Previous ACT program graduates include Haley Callaway (2018) and Christian Hulmes (2019) who now work with us as CJP Class A welders. We are grateful for the chance to work with the Academy of Craft Training and the exceptional young tradesmen it produces. 

TK Tower Topping Out Ceremony

19-18 TK Tower Topping Out

TK Test Tower Topping Out Ceremony

Thyssenkrupp Test Tower & IQC

From our Project Manager Justin Cox: “Tony Pugh (President), Richard Hughes (Vice President of Sales and Marketing) and myself attended the structural steel topping out ceremony at the TK Test Tower and IQC Lab last week. The General Contractor was extremely complimentary of the FabArc Steel / Midwest Steel team and praised the quality and workmanship involved with completing this very complex and high profile project. The design of this structure was not only intricate, but was also ever-changing. FabArc and Midwest were able to address these revisions in real time AND complete the project ahead of schedule. The successful completion of the steel package of the TK Test Tower and IQC Lab speaks volumes to the entire FabArc Steel organization.”

Oxford Access

FabArc Tony Pugh

Oxford Access


Thank you to the City of Oxford for this very kind article spotlighting our home grown company now three generations strong. We are proud of our community relationship and that some of our work is being displayed for all to see a few of our projects – we are Oxford strong and our work is well represented all over America.

FabArc Made in Oxford
FabArc Tony Pugh
FabArc Supports Oxford Performing Arts
FabArc Supports Oxford Performing Arts

Equal Employment Opportunity

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

FabArc is committed to equal employment opportunity. With this commitment, we stand behind and beside our employees who recognize the fundamental belief in equity and justice in the workplace. We affirm equality, inclusion, and diversity. We reject any efforts to oppress or exclude anyone based on any characteristic protected by law.

Return May 4th

Effective May 4, 2020, FabArc will resume full operation of all departments and shifts.

1st Shift – Monday – Thursday 4:00a – 2:20p
2nd Shift – Monday – Thursday 3:00p – 1:20a
Office – Monday – Friday regular office hours

Please be assured that we will continue to operate under the standards that are consistent with current CDC Guidance and OSHA Guidance, including:

• Additional disinfection measures of all offices, break rooms and restrooms.
• Maintain social distancing of 6 feet or more. If unable to maintain this distance, we ask that you wear a face mask or cotton face cover, such as a bandana.
• Daily health screening when entering our gate, including temperature and health-related questions.
• Every attempt will be made to have hand sanitizer and cleaning products available.