Whether we’re designing a custom laboratory hood for the National Cancer Institute at Riverside Park, installing ductwork for Frederick Memorial Hospital, or working on a smaller, custom project, delivering value engineering is our top priority.
Kaempf & Harris consistently delivers effective and efficient fabrication, installation and design-build projects that save our customers time and money.
Our highly skilled team and high-tech, 15,000 square foot facility enable us to handle the most complex design-build and plan-and-spec projects. Our team of fabrication experts is highly trained and committed to continually improving their knowledge base and skill sets. Our state-of-the-art technology empowers us to handle projects of any size or type, including one-of-a-kind custom requests and large-scale corporate and institutional construction projects.
Our Fabrication Specialties Include
Our project managers, superintendents and installation team understand that our services play a critical role in meeting your project deadlines. Our team installs skillfully, safely and efficiently to ensure the next phase of your project will proceed as scheduled. Each step of the way we apply the highest quality assurance practices, following the latest ASHRAE and SMACNA sheet metal installation standards and guidelines. With Kaempf & Harris as part of your project you get a thoroughly trained, deeply experienced sheet metal fabrication team that delivers great work and understands urgency and how it relates to the bigger picture.
We utilize CAD Design and computerized estimating in order to ensure system efficiency and estimating highly accurate cost projections. Our in-house Project Managers are capable of conducting detailed plan reviews utilizing 3-D modeling software in order to detect potential conflicts and ensure our clients of a high quality finish and efficient installation of their projects.
Kaempf & Harris discusses the predications from the Global Construction Forecast and how everything affects the future of the sheet metal fabrication industry.
Kaempf & Harris discusses the difference between sheet metal techniques: CO₂ laser, fiber optic laser, flame, plasma, and waterjet cutting.