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  • Hart Chamber names Fabritex the September 2019 Business of the Month

    The Hart County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Fabritex has been named the Chamber Business of the Month for September 2019.   Fabritex has a long history of supporting and sponsoring many Hart County sports teams, schools, non-profit organizations and the Chamber.  They are also a business representative of the Hart County College and Career Academy, supporter of the REACH Hart Foundation and are an industry sponsor for the #OneHartBeat campaign. 

    Founded in 1989, Fabritex, Inc. is family owned and operated with a long history in manufacturing emphasized on tube, sheet and plate fabrication. The company has a commitment to excellence coupled with an unparalleled respect for the needs of customers.   From concept to creation, Fabritex melds decades of expertise with cutting edge technology. Being certified in the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) allows them to serve their customers with the highest quality of needs which spans across many industries including agriculture, aviation, construction, government and manufacturing. 

    Their temporary structures can be customized for a variety of applications in the private and public sector. Some applications include mobile clean rooms for the Air Force, event structures used in some of the most well-known events including the Country Music Awards, PGA Tour and the Breeders Cup. Their temporary structures have also been configured for emergency operations suitable for housing, administration, and operation headquarters by organizations such as FEMA, the Red Cross, and Centers for Disease Control, to name a few.

    Fabritex has contracted with the Corps of Engineers for the past 30 years on the erosion revetment program for the Mississippi river. They provide the Corps with a stainless steel wire mat that is used to reinforce a concrete. This form is casted in the Mississippi river to help control erosion in the bends of the river. Since the 1940s this has been a major investment for the Corps of Engineers to keep the Mississippi flowing with barges for commerce and trade.

    In the 110,000 square foot plant, Fabritex operates as a one-stop shop for their customers’ convenience. Their commitment to serving their clients includes employing engineers who are certified in all 50 states, along with having a suite of design tools that include both Solid Works and CAD/CAM software.

    In addition to their design equipment, their tube and plate fabrication facilities boast some of the most precise and efficient equipment for your requirements, including laser cutting equipment, CNC tube benders and a robotic welders. This means that they are able to produce sheet metal products that exceed your expectations with exceptional service and tight tolerances.

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