Structural Enterprises has a full service, experienced steel erection department focused on quality and safety. As of July 2012, the company successfully met the requirements to earn AISC’s Advanced Certified Steel Erector qualification.  With a team of field crews, all terrain forklifts, portable welding machines, wire feeders, conventional mobile cranes and an all terrain mobile crane; any job is possible, from raising tilt-up wall panels, trusses and girders to setting any structural steel member.

Our field operations are supervised by a team of professionals focused on accurate and safe job completion. As of March 15th, 2002, all field personnel were certified per IAW OSHA SubPart 2 guidelines and regulations.

Structural Enterprises Inc. takes pride in quality work, safe working environments, and their fully trained and experienced.


has the personnel, equipment and experience to provide all facets of steel erection services for structural steel, metal joists, metal deck, miscellaneous metals, shear studs and ornamental iron.  Our proven track record with many of the general contractors and steel fabricators in our area has been the cornerstone of our continued success.

All aspects of a project, from planning and project management in the office to execution in the field, are performed in accordance with the standards and requirements of our Advanced Certified Steel Erector (ACSE) certification from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC).

All welding is performed by properly trained and certified employees.  Amerect Inc. enforces a mandatory 100% tie-off requirement for all employees when they are working at heights of 6-feet and above.



We have a history of erecting a diverse range of steel structures as follows:

  • Multi-story hospital, professional and medical research buildings
  • Multi-story office buildings
  • Retail/Commercial buildings
  • Aircraft hangers
  • Warehouses
  • Churches
  • Casino facilities (event centers, offices and warehouses)
  • Sports venues for football and ice hockey
  • Industrial plant modifications and additions