K&E Fabricating Company, Inc. was formed in 1978 in Buffalo, New York at the intersection of Keating and Elk Street. Over its 36 year history the company has changed locations 3 times due to steady growth and with each move has increased the fabrication area of its shop facilities which now totals approximately 250,000 square feet. K&E has provided in shop design and custom fabrications of structural steel, ductwork, stacks, tanks, and other fabrications for clients including owners and contractors in the utilities, power, chemical, refining, manufacturing, institutional, and other industrial markets. In 2013 the fabrication facility relocated to its present location to accommodate the expanding business opportunities. During this move Management formed a field construction division to develop and market plant maintenance service solutions for power producers and industries across the Northeastern United States. This new service enabled K&E to enhance its service to existing clients by being better able to meet the customer's daily operational needs and requirements through the servicing and repair of boilers and all other associated equipment.
K&E assembled a team of talented professionals including executive directors, project managers, estimators, QA/QC, safety experts, supervisors, field engineers, and skilled craftspeople who are committed to building lasting relationships with their customers by producing a quality product and loyal service that meets the highest standards of excellence. Key employees have a combination of over 100 years of experience in the field construction industry and bring a wealth of industry knowledge, expertise, and insight to the markets they serve. As a result, they are able to handle complex challenges with reliability and skill as well as provide cost effective solutions for their customers immediate and long term goals. Their expertise is in boiler maintenance and erection, consistent and dependable service, inspection , maintenance planning, ASME code welding, tube replacement, bag houses, ductwork, breeching, stacks, precipitators, FGD, SCR, HRSG, structural steel, low nox burners/ gas conversions, condensers, heat exchangers, feed water heaters, air heaters, mechanical equipment and piping, incinerators, fans, refractory, insulation, and lagging.
Safety is vital to K&E and there is 0 tolerance for noncompliance with the safety program. The company takes great pride in its wide range of staff and dedicated employees who share in the company's commitment and enforcement of safety procedures. This is emphasized and administered by a full time Safety Manager with over 40 years' experience in the construction industry. The Safety Manager is responsible for continual on the job safety training and supervision within the shop as well as with all workers on the job sites. Safety is crucial to K&E for their continued business success. As customers expect and demand strict adherence to safety guidelines. The goal at K&E is to have employees performing work at companies' facilities in a safe and efficient manner. Safety guidelines are detailed in K&E's Safety and Health Program Manual. Guidelines for Fall Protection , Aerial Lifts, Ladders, Stairways, and Scaffolding are not just random procedures for casual observance. K&E employees and their workers must follow the manual's safety guidelines to maintain customer satisfaction. Therefore, K&E leads by example. Safety and the company's continual business success go hand in hand. Safety is priority one at K & E Fabricating. It is the policy of K&E to establish and maintain an effective accident prevention and safety program on project whether in the shop or on the job site.
K&E Management and Project Managers have an enormous amount of experience in the utility industry market including the following project types.
Past Project management experience for individuals employed at K&E include:
In conclusion K&E has a dedicated and proven group of individuals who have the ability to work as part of team comprised of Owners and EPC Contractors to successfully complete any Power Plant project.