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Utility Metals, a division of Fabricated Metals LLC, is a leading manufacturer of outdoor lighting brackets, mastarms and poles. We offer an extensive line of products for all of your outdoor lighting applications.

As a commitment to our customers, Utility Metals is dedicated to continuous product improvements. Our quality processes, systems, and procedures meet strict ISO 9000 standards.

Made in the U.S.A. - Ready to Ship

For immediate shipment, we stock over 30,000 mast arms and brackets in both aluminum and steel. Available finishes include hot dip galvanized, prime painted, wet painted, or powder coated. Utility Metals is also know for custom fabrication solutions. We have both the experience and the capabilities to respond to your customer’s specific needs. A qualified sales staff is available to quote and expedite orders.

Utility Metals is also a major manufacturer of area lighting poles. Square steel, round steel, and round tapered steel poles are available up to 40’ in length with powder coating available in various colors. Shipments can normally be made in 2-4 weeks.

Among our valued customers are most major lighting fixture manufacturers throughout the United States. In addition to our commercial and industrial markets, we also supply the utility market.

AISC Certified!

Utility Metals has implemented a quality system certified by The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).

What is AISC certification? Certification is a statement to owners, specifiers, and the construction industry that says,cheap replica omega "Quality is built in!" AISC Certification is a rigorous examination to evaluate a company's quality management system rather than the specific product. Certification is based upon a third party audit conducted by people experienced in fabrication and/or erection. Certification looks at processes and procedures, since it's easier to build quality into a project and impossible to inspect for it after the fact.

To provide you with peace of mind, AISC auditors conduct on-site visits to:

  • Review the company's entire system from receipt of contract through final delivery;
  • Review project requirements and project records;
  • Interview personnel - from the shop to the president; and
  • Observe practices and equipment to confirm - with confidence - that proper quality standards and procedures are in place.

    Certification provides specifiers, owners, and general contractors with assurance that Utility Metals

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