We are an AISC certified fabricator in Portland, OR that specializes in structural, misc. iron, plate work and trusses for highway, marine, utility and industrial projects
is a 25,000 sq. ft. crane served building conveniently located to I-205. We are equipped with stock material, steel processing and welding equipment.
We also have a blasting and paint area with plenty of storage.
is equipped with the latest software from AutoCAD and high speed internet which enables us to transfer data quickly through AutoCAD and pdf files.
We adhere to all the AISC, AWS and NIDS standards and of course any project specifications.
has over 50 years experience in the fabrication industry.
Our Procurement Department has the systems and experience to find the necessary specified material.
The St. John bridge project won the national award for reconstruction in the National Steel Bridge Alliance's prize bridge competition in 2007.
Hogan Fab, INC. refurbished ornamental rail and provided misc. steel and is proud to have been a part the project.
"After more than 70 years of weathering the Pacific Northwest elements and a comprehensive inspection in the late 20th century, the historic St. Johns Bridge in Portland, Oregon underwent a $37 million restoration.
Major work items on this 3,600-ft bridge included restoration of deteriorated steel, new deck, painting, main cable rehabilitation, suspender replacement, new railing, and seismic retroftting.
St. Johns Bridge was designed by the famous bridge engineer David B. Steinman and was constructed in 1931 at a cost of $800,000.
From west to east, the four-lane bridge consists of 255 ft of conventional steel deck truss approach spans; a 2,067-ft suspension bridge segment with suspended spans of 430 ft, 1,207 ft, and 430 ft; and 1,285 ft of conventional steel deck truss approach spans up to 180 ft in length.
The bridge is the only large suspension bridge on the Oregon State Highway System and spans the Willamette River in Portland, providing more than 200 vertical ft of navigation clearance."- November 2007