Coming together in Houston: Construction services and beyond.

FUSED Industries began as a way to address the growing need for construction services in Texas — and, particularly, in the Houston area. Today we’ve expanded our geographic reach, as well as our services, to deliver and manage heavy civil construction, industrial, fabrication, electrical 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 five 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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Industrial Construction Insight: Preventing Pipeline Accidents

When video of an undersea gas pipeline accident — and the five-hour ocean fire that followed — went viral in July of 2021, industrial incidents went to the top of many contractors’ minds. Industrial construction incidents can happen on even the best sites, but there are measures you can take to minimize the risk. Read […]

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A Look at the Industrial Factory Construction Boom

The Southwest United States, including Texas and Oklahoma, experienced a 30% increase in manufacturing job growth from 2017 to 2020, and industrial factory construction has boomed in these states. In fact, they’ve added an estimated 100,000 jobs. As a full-service industrial contractor, FUSED Industries has been helping projects like these cross the finish line and […]

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What a 2021 Infrastructure Bill Could Mean for Construction

With the new presidential administration came a new call for an infrastructure bill to tackle the country’s aging highways, bridges, facilities and more. Estimates for the proposed 2021 infrastructure bill have ranged from $2 trillion to $9 trillion, depending on which politician is being interviewed. Regardless of the final amount, this would have a sizeable […]

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