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FUSED Industries began as a way to address the growing needs of Houston construction services. Today, we deliver and manage heavy civil construction, industrial and commercial projects. With wide-ranging capabilities to tackle any job from start to finish, we share one focus – to deliver optimum results for each contracting assignment. FUSED has more than 30 years of experience and three specialized divisions to handle any job safely, on-budget and to your specifications. Consider us a part of your team as we work as one to do it all – FUSED is your single source, full force.

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Fabrication Shops in Houston: Know What to Look For

Not all fabrication shops in Houston — or anywhere else, for that matter — are created equal. For the fabrication work you rely on to keep your industrial operations moving forward safely and effectively, it’s important to do work with trained professionals with a proven track record. With so many options available, however, how do […]

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A Look Ahead at Plant Turnarounds and Shutdowns

Like so many things in 2020, plant turnarounds and shutdowns found themselves on a slightly different schedule than in previous years. Due to occupancy and distancing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, World Oil reported that many operations placed such practices on hold. After all, the work requires “extra” personnel to make their way on-site, […]

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Rebar Ties: An Important Element of Civil Construction

Anyone who has ever driven past road or bridge construction projects has likely spotted rebar latticework — and its associated rebar ties. Rebar ties join the bars where they meet and are typically placed in repeating patterns, such as at every second, third or fourth intersection. The amount of ties used will vary by project […]

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