Icon Construction Welcomes New Steel Frame Assembly Plant to Current Modular Building Manufacture Facility

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A new steel frame facility addition to a construction production line brings jobs and hope to a community in a time of economic recession.

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Not only does this extra step add quality assurance to our customers, but greatly lowers the cost of production t

Icon Construction is happy to announce that it has completed building a new steel frame assembly portion of its modular building facility. The new portion of the plant will allow Icon Construction to build its own steel frames rather than purchase ones created by third party vendors. The Modular Building manufacture states that by adding this portion to the production line, they can successfully add additional value, cost savings, and quality to their customer base. “By adding the steel frame shop, we can keep a close eye on the quality of our modular buildings from every step of the manufacturing process. Not only does this extra step add quality assurance to our customers, but greatly lowers the cost of production that we (in turn) pass on to our customers.” –Chris Polito. In addition to the cost savings and quality control, Icon Construction is also able to increase efficiency and productivity by means of being able to produce 2 modular frames a day. Icon Construction claims this greatly reduces the waiting period that customers have to wait for their modular buildings to be created.

The new 10,252 square foot facility has meant great news for the Durant, Oklahoma community. Many skilled welders have been hired to work in the new facility. The current economic conditions have taken a toll of families across the nation. Icon sees this facility as one way to help the country and community get back on its feet again. In addition to building frames for the modular buildings, Icon Construction has added the fabrication of Awnings to the list of products built.

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