Company History of Stone Bridge Iron and Steel
Ronald Carmer founded Stone Bridge Iron & Steel in 1973, a metal fabrication company that provides structural steel design and steel beam construction services. The company, operating at first out of a single barn, immediately began reinvesting all profits in used equipment. As the fledgling steel fabrication outfit embarked on a path of expansion and improvement, Mr. Carmer's sons came on board. Brian Carmer graduated from college and joined the family business in 1979. His younger brother, Britt Carmer, became part of the growing metal fabrication operation in 1982.
Milestones in Stone Bridge's Expansion and Growth
Focus on Innovation, Quality, and Customer ServiceIn its continued commitment to modernize management systems and equipment, Stone Bridge has deployed a number of 32-bit software application tools. From accounting and estimating to detailing and project management, only the most modern tools available to the industry are at work.
Expertise and commitment to technological innovation has allowed Stone Bridge Iron & Steel to specialize in highly complex, difficult, and extremely fast-track construction projects. No project is too small -- from walk-in customers to multi-story buildings, Stone Bridge Iron & Steel is ready to exceed expectations. More than 85% of Stone Bridge's business is repeat business from satisfied customers.
Dedication to its craft and an outstanding record of exceeding expectations has fueled remarkable growth for Stone Bridge Iron and Steel. Starting from a small barn in 1973, the metal fabrication company has achieved monumental growth and has established itself as a dependable and innovative steel fabricator and structural steel subcontractor.
Now with a national reach, their service area covers all of New York State, New England, and other parts of the U.S. Stone Bridge now employs more than 60 people and has annual sales exceeding 15 million dollars per year.