Our steel fabrication team is equipped to handle your Structural and Miscellaneous jobs. Our company has fabricated steel elements for structures such as: parking garages, hotels, commercial shopping centers, bridges, and many more.
We are also capable of producing shop drawings for clients that are looking for help in the design portion of their project. Steel elements that we are capable of manufacturing include: Columns, Beams, Canopies, Angles, staircases, and railings.
Jim Edwards, Managing Partner
Jim Edwards started Superior Steel & Ironworkers in 2006. Coming from a long line of ironworkers, Jim strongly believes in integrating technology with tradition. In his rare moments away from work, he can be found assisting with community service projects, pursuing his interest photography, or in his garden.
Jim Bradbury, Sr. Estimator and Project Manager
Jim has been estimating for seven years and has been a project manager since 2007. He became an ironworker in 1979 and has worked on just about everything—nuclear plants, bridges, high and mid-rise buildings, warehouses, commercial buildings, and specific industrial applications. His off-time includes competitive trap shooting, hunting, and fishing.
Bob Norman, Sr. Estimator and Project Manager
Dan Anderson, Fabrication Estimator and Project Manager
A PM since 2005, Dan estimates the steel supply and fabrication, writes proposals, procures steel, manages shop operations and detailing, and project manages steel supply for the field and install packaged jobs. He started in the trade in 1974 under a general contractor and quickly advanced in skill set and title. Dan loves skiing (and was even an instructor for 10 seasons), stream and river fishing, and spending time with his wife in Hawaii.
Dan Hansen, Project Superintendent and Estimator
Dan has been a Union Ironworker since 1994. Since completing his apprenticeship in 1996 he has been on many of the area’s largest jobs, including stadiums, local bridges and other largescale projects. His role encompasses estimating for future work, initiation and management of current work, and closing out completed jobs. Dan enjoys riding quads in the dunes with his two boys, movies, and camping. He has a passion for history and has been known to have a “green thumb.”
Rick Thompson, Post-tensioning Manager and Estimator
An ironworker since 1973, Rick is considered a leading expert in the post-tensioning industry, supplying and installing major PT projects throughout the Northwest, including the Lake Washington floating bridge. He is skilled in CAD and automated systems. In Rick’s spare time he enjoys the outdoors and exercising.