Stromberg Metal Works, Inc. has been able to credit its great success to the wonderful, diverse, dedicated employees which help drive this company forward. As one of the largest sheet metal contractors on the East Coast, we’re always looking for talented individuals to help forge the path of this company into the future.
One of the key reasons that Stromberg Metal Works, Inc. has been a staple of the metal industry in the Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania areas for over 70 years, is the quality and the professionalism of the employees who proudly own and operate it on a daily basis. Each member of our Stromberg Metals Inc. team is a proven expert in their respective area of metal work, guaranteeing that both the services and the guidance provided to our clients comes from a place of genuine experience and hand-on functionality in all modern trends pertaining to metal work. And how can Stromberg Metal Works Inc. honestly tout the expertise of its full team? Each member is a SMACNA Contractor, having attained the core education and work in the field required to make every one of your own metal works projects a great success.
Becoming a sheet metal expert or learning the trade in a related field is an amazing opportunity with numerous benefits and hand-on skills. If you’re currently learning any of the below-listed skills, or have an ambition to join the great ranks of qualified journeypersons Stromberg Metal Works, Inc. would love to hear from you!
- Select appropriate type of sheet metal, such galvanized iron, copper, steel, aluminum.
- Measure appropriate size of sheet metal.
- Cut sheet metal by hand or using power shears.
- Cut into shapes to be used in heating and air conditioning ducts.
- Interpret blueprints to decide where ducts will go.
- Bend ducts to form shapes.
- Drill holes into ducts to bolt together.
- Weld, solder, or rivet ducts together.
- Smooth over rough edges with file.
- Install ready-made ducts.
- Work with work with fiberglass, plastics, and other nonmetallic materials.
- Operate fabricating machines such as shears, brakes, presses, forming rolls to cut bend, block and form or straighten materials.
- Install assemblies in supportive framework.
- Use scribers, dividers, and squares to mark dimensions on materials.
- Operate computer aided drafting (CAD) equipment to develop scale drawings of products or systems.
- Operate laser beam cutter to cut patterns.
- Inspect assemblies and installation for conformance to specifications.
- Coordinate schedules.
- Analyze and resolve work problems.
If you’re a journeyperson who is a member of a local union hall, a high school student looking for a future, or a military veteran looking for a career after duty, please fill out the form below and submit it to our Superintendent.