Amt Metal Fabricators
AMT Metal Fabricators was established in 1950 by Russell Turpen with the help of his business partner Ray Amick and short-term investor Phillip May.� During the initial years, AMT built wood hardware for timber-framed buildings and worked general construction projects.
Our quality goal is to produce �zero-defect� Structural Steel Fabrications delivered to the Customer while maintaining the highest standard of quality of our product. This goal will be continually monitored and corrections made as deemed necessary in keeping our products defect free. Current goal achievement levels are zero customer complaints, zero customer corrective actions, and zero back charges. To maintain this goal, fabrications are graded for quality and nonconformances, measured, tracked and quantified per man-hours worked per nonconformance. As quality goals are achieved, new goals will be set to demonstrate our commitment to continuous improvement.
The first large project Michael managed was the Embarcadero Bart Station where�AMT Fabricated and installed all of the curtain wall steel for Homer J Olsen Co. on the project. During the next few years,�AMT supplied 5 of the 7 contractors on the�Cable Car Rehab project in San Francisco, built and designed batting cages, fabricate steel for Berth 5 and Howard Terminal for the port of Oakland, built the railings for Santa Monica Pier, and�widen the Benicia Bridge with Caltrans.
We are located in� Richmond, California (Contra Costa County) conveniently located in the East Bay northeast of San Francisco just off of the Richmond Parkway, accessible from�both Hwy 80�and Hwy 580.
AMT Metal Fabricators, Incorporated is committed to furnish and fabricate a quality product that is consistent with AISC and AWS specifications and requirements contained in the contract documents.