- About Us
Opening in 1974 with the mantra the customer is "KING", and that employees will work to their full potential when treated fairly. Daniel S. Stucke started with humble beginnings, but rapidly grew to a company that has been recognized by industry leaders as a company who delivers an excellent product. With over 40 years of success, S&S is ever growing and has expanded using stringent quality control processes and the detailed oversight to every aspect of your project.
Through our devotion to providing our employees the training, resources and a safe professional work place, we have been able to achieve our goals and create success for our customers.
Our mission is to become the preferred custom metal fabrication and machining company in the Pacific Northwest.
To accomplish our mission we focus on these five elements: Quality, Cost, Delivery, Safety, and Morale (QCDSM)
We have 45 years of experience in the metal trades industry and look forward to using our know how to bring your unique projects to fruition.
- ITAR Registered
- AISC Certified Fabricator
- AWS - QC1 Weld Inspectors
- Over 40 Years of Excellence
- Delegated Boeing Fabrication Division Tooling Supplier
- Boeing DPD/MBD Certified CatiaV5 R25
- Boeing Gold Rated Supplier Performance Excellence Award
The entire process from sending the change documents to your offices for review and supplied quote, down to receiving the rails was seamless.
-Molody Lian, Lydig Construction
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