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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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A Closer Look at the Metal Building Construction Trend

Metal building construction has come a long way in recent years. Once a construction approach relegated mainly to pole barns, storage sheds and the like, today’s metal buildings provide efficient, budget-conscious solutions for a wide range of needs. From use as office space, to recreational areas in place of traditional gyms, places of worship and […]

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Spotlight on FUSED Civil Construction Work

Since 1992, FUSED Industries has been hard at work carrying out industrial, commercial and civil construction work across Greater Houston. In order to provide the best possible service to our clients — and to put our full expertise into each and every job — we break our offerings out into three separate divisions. Today, the […]

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The Heat is On: Hot Weather Safety for Outdoor Crews

When the summer sun is out in full force but there’s still work to be done, hot weather safety becomes crucial. After all, for crews that work in the great outdoors, warm conditions can quickly escalate into life-threatening situations. For instance, as Industrial Safety & Hygiene News reported, although construction workers make up just 6% […]

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