Industrial Resources Certificatons


AWS D1.1, R-Stamp, USCG, DNV, and ABS Certified
  • Full Fabrication Shop for Cutting, Bending, Shearing, and Rolling Aluminum, Carbon Steel, and Stainless Steel
  • Waterjet: UHMW, Aluminum, Stainless, Carbon Fiber, Rubber, Wood, Plastic, Inconel
  • Ermaksan 352 Ton Press Brake: Bend Capability up to 5/8″ Steel Plate
  • Mezzanines, Stairs, Ladders, Handrails, and Processing Modules
  • Refrigerated Seawater Fish Tanks
  • 100+ Foot Stainless Steel Frames for Molds


We are Proud

to be ITAR Registered.


AWS, ASME, R-Stamp Certified
  • Fish Processing Plants
  • Cold Storage Buildings
  • Waste to Energy Plants
  • Modular Treatment and Processing
  • Remote Area Installation/Construction
  • Plant Maintenance
  • Pre-engineered Buildings
  • Design-Build Facilities
  • Millright Services




Challenging Projects

in Remote Locations


DNV, ABS, USCG Certified
  • Rigging and Welding
  • Engine Replacement
  • Corroded Sheet Replacement
  • Process Line Installation and Modification
  • Refrigeration Piping
  • Hydraulic Piping
  • All Process Piping
  • Structural Hull Work
  • Structural Steel Modification
  • Turnaround Maintenance
  • Cooling System Change-Out
  • Construct and Assemble Fishmeal Plant


Quality Work

During Off Season Turnarounds

Exceptional Waterjet Services

Featuring Chukar and Flowjet WaterJet Machines

We are able to cut the following materials with a thickness of up to 9″(nine inches) with a tolerance of .0003 inches. Marble, UHMW, Aluminum, Stainless, Carbon Fiber, Rubber, Wood, Plastic, Inconel, and Glass. Your final product will free of burrs and have a finish quality like no other. We produce customer designed parts from materials ranging in thickness from shim stock up to 5 inches. We serve the following industries: Aerospace, Marine, Automotive, Specialized Ship Repair, Cold Storage, Food Service, Fishing, Food Processing, Tank and Vessel , Refrigeration Lines.

Our clients say it best

  • IRI worked on hull repair, piping, joinery and major renovation of the engine room of the M/V Alucia. In fact, there isn’t anywhere that IRI didn’t have an active role. Their experience with high-end marine support and fishing vessels was invaluable.

    Rob McCallum
    Expedition Manager, Deep Ocean Expeditions, LLC
  • IRI’s expertise with piping and processes helped to resolve issues as the plant was being built. Their team was able to modify initial designs to keep construction moving forward, ultimately make the plant run efficiently.

    Paul Kershner
    Plant Manager, Cedar Hills Landfill
  • IRI was ideal for building this facility because of their extensive experience and proven ability to get work completed on time, on budget, as well as in a remote location with less than ideal weather conditions.

    Steve Abernathy
    General Manager, Kloosterboor Dutch Harbor
  • Industrial Resources, Inc consistently developed a means to work around each owner-induced delay and adjusted on-site work-force to keep the project in line and on schedule. Stop work is not in their vocabulary.

    Daniel Butterbaugh
    ,Resident Engineer, Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities

Dutch Harbor Airport Hangar Refurbishment

Industrial Resources Incorporated was hired by the State of Alaska to repurpose a historical WWII airplane hangar in Dutch Harbor, Alaska.  The 21,600 square foot abandoned hangar was repurposed to store snow removal and deicing trucks and mixing and storage of deicing fluids.  

IRI utilized Small Disadvantaged Businesses for this highly complex project.

Our project was on a remote island in Alaska where everything was brought in by barge or plane.  They stayed on to of schedules, deliveries, change orders, and all of the general contract documentation required to complete a complex project. I would not hesitate for a moment when recommending Industrial Resources, Inc for a project.  

Daniel Butterbaugh, Resident Engineer Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities

Project Scope Highlights:

  • Removed and replaced the roof including replacement of 4 large steel beams, historically accurate tongue and groove boards, insulation, Oriented Strand Board (OSB), and EDPM roofing.
  • Removed and replaced 40-foot high hangar doors with suitable doors for large snow removal and deicing trucks rather than airplanes
  • Install mixing system, stainless steel piping, and 20,000-gallon storage tanks for urea and E36 de-Icing Fluids
  • Remediation of contaminated soil from the historic use of building discovered while installing new drainage trenches
  • Installation of a new drainage system, bathroom, compressed air system, diesel fueled boilers, electrical, and general plumbing in the building.