Atlantic Steel, Inc. is a successful Structural & Miscellaneous steel and aluminum fabricating company that has been serving Florida’s construction
industry for over eighteen years.

Barry J. McCullen has been in the industry since 1984 and John W. Grant has been in the industry since 1988. In 2000, they joined together envisioning a strong company providing quality products
and great service at competitive prices.

ASI can provide a complete package from drawings to fabrication to installation, able to work with new construction, renovation, and demolition projects.

ASI features the following products and services customized to each projects needs:
In-House Detailing: Products can be designed to each project to suit our customer’s needs with the experienced staff of our in-house drafting department.
Project Management: Our project management team has over 70 years of combined experience in the steel and aluminum industry.
Anchor Bolts and Embeds: For ease in installing, ASI provides anchors bolts for columns set in a steel template. Embeds are fabricated in-house and can have up to 1” diameter studs.
Structural Steel: ASI can fabricate and provide beams, columns, bracing, frames, trusses, struts, tie rods, etc.
Miscellaneous: ASI fabricates stairs, rails (including balcony, guard, grab, and wall rails), gates, door and corner guards, grating and metal deck, ladders, safety cages, etc. All items can be primer painted or galvanized.
Aluminum: ASI fabricates aluminum stairs, rails (including balcony, guard, grab, and wall rails), gates, canopy framing, etc. All items can be powder coated (in a variety of colors) or anodized.
Installation: ASI has a core group of highly qualified and experienced erection subcontractors, in addition to our in-house crew ready to install any project.

Over the years, ASI has serviced many local contractors.

ASI’s experience and efficiency assures quality services and products, competitive and affordable pricing allowing our customers to stay within their budget limitations.

Get Hooked up with Atlantic Steel!
. Catchin’ a Tarpon.”