We think of fabricating not as a single practice, but as several interlocking ones. Design is inseparable from welding, engineering inseparable from building requirements, and improving human relationships is the ultimate goal of any project. Aesthetic movements come and go, but we have found these principles to be timeless.

As partners, we strive for honesty and clarity. Our first job is to understand the client’s vision and needs, not to present our own. We value timeliness, direct communication, as well as the occasional face-to-face meeting over a drink or a meal.

Over the years, we have been fortunate to collaborate with some excellent clients on some wonderful projects, but we believe it is still too early to weigh in on the success of the work. Our work exists in time and its usefulness is directly related to how well it continues to perform.

We are proud to serve East Idaho and appreciate all of the continuing support that we receive. As a family owned and operated business we look forward to meeting you and creating lasting relationships to meet your fabricated metal needs.

Wiley Collier

Wiley started welding when he was 10 years old. Growing up in the industry, he has worked on a variety of projects from oil water treatment and mining facilities to architectural metals like handrails, railings, and fences. He has a Bachelors in Welding Engineering from Weber State and is also a Certified Welding Inspector. It is a joke in the Collier family that Collier’s do things the hard way, and that holds true in Wiley’s work. He doesn’t take shortcuts to make a better profit or cheapen the cost. He values quality over every aspect of production, even if that limits him in the business world. He is a genuine person who really cares about the needs of his customers.


Our work spans from railings and handrails in new builds to the complete planning and design of floating staircases and other architectural features. While our work is aesthetically diverse, our projects are linked by a focus on enhancing human relationships through metal.