Steel Nation Expands Operations

2018 was a big year for Steel Nation. The company celebrated its 10th anniversary and relocated to a new 10,000 sq.ft. (929 m2) facility. The Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, USA, company has carried its positive momentum into 2019, recently adding Facility Services to its portfolio of transmission, storage, and compression facilities for the mid-stream and transmission operations of the oil and gas industry.

Steel Nation is a full-service construction, engineering, and environmental firm specializing in pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMBs). The company serves customers through four divisions – Steel Nation Buildings Inc., Steel Nation Engineering Inc., Steel Nation Environmental Inc., and now Steel Nation Facility Services.

At its inception, Steel Nation’s core business was pre-engineered PEMBs for the mining industry. Steel Nation founder and chief executive officer Mark Caskey soon found opportunity in gas compression.

“I was very optimistic when I launched Steel Nation in 2008, but I couldn’t have imagined how quickly the company would grow,” said Caskey. “I’ve always said that this is a performance, people, and relationship industry. I credit the success of the company to our hardworking team and to an expanding list of incredible clients. Since the development of the Marcellus and Utica Shales, this area has attracted a variety of natural gas producers, trade associations, and other related service industry companies. Steel Nation is right in the heart of that. The larger facility allows us to have our construction, engineering, and facility services divisions all under one roof. As a result, we expect to see process flow improvements as well as more efficient communications between customers and Steel Nation departments.”

“Our team remains focused on not only keeping pace with emerging customer markets but also anticipating their future needs,” said Mark Dooley, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Steel Nation. “Steel Nation Environmental and Engineering divisions are …”

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