September 11, 2001 is a day every American will never forget. Each of us recalls our exact location and duties when we heard of the terrorist attack on our nation. Thousands of people lost their lives including 12 members of FDNY's Ladder 3.
The decision was made to display the priceless artifact inside the memorial museum. Based on the truck's massive size, the building engineers wanted to take apart, then rebuild the truck once inside the museum. The owner and President, James Zagata, of Integrity Ironworks, Inc. heard of this and quickly intervened.
Integrity Ironworks designed and fabricated a removable steel hoist to lift Ladder 3, and lower it into the memorial museum.With our help, NYC was able to transport the priceless artifact into the museum, keeping the apparatus fully intact. Integrity Ironworks takes pride in this work so people everywhere can honor and remember the brave men that gave their lives that day.
Integrity Ironworks designed and fabricated an industrial dryer to be installed at a New Jersey Chemical Plant.
Our experienced team fabricated and shipped the tank in sections, then put it all together and flew it into it's location.
Integrity Ironworks is proud to do business with all industrial plants and warehouses in the tri-state area.
Hurricane Sandy left nothing short of devastation in its wake. Starland Ballroom sustained a lot of damage, and was forced to close for just short of a year for renovations. Integrity Ironworks proudly took on the job to fabricate new interior railings, and exterior stairs and platforms.