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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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Houston Construction Industry Forges Ahead

While the coronavirus pandemic disrupts the lives and work of everyone in the United States, the Houston construction industry can breathe a sigh of relief – our work has been deemed essential and will continue, according to the recent “stay home, work smart” order issued by County Judge Lina Hidalgo. While civil and industrial construction […]

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Construction Safety: How to Avoid the Most Common Hazards

For those who work in construction, safety is a top priority. It informs everything we do, day in and day out. But no matter how much we think we know about staying safe on a jobsite, it’s best practice not to get too comfortable, and to constantly pay attention to the environment and our own […]

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Four Innovations in Construction Technology That Are Disrupting the Industry

The construction technology of today isn’t what it used to be. With technological advancements rapidly changing the way we live, the industry is taking advantage of the opportunity to change the way we work. It’s now easier than ever to schedule and manage a project, build a model of a completed product and keep construction […]

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