NAFCO celebrates 70 years of excellence

It is with immense gratitude and pride that we announce NAFCO’s 70th anniversary! For seven decades, NAFCO has been a pioneering force in all things steel, consistently delivering precision, innovation, and excellence.   Since our establishment in 1953, NAFCO has been on an extraordinary journey, witnessing the evolution of the industry. What began as a…

Happy Veteran’s Day

At NAFCO, we take immense pride in celebrating Veterans Day, a poignant occasion that allows us to express our deepest gratitude to the brave men and women who have served our nation with unwavering dedication and sacrifice. Established 70 years ago by a veteran of World War 2, John Parrish, our company’s foundation is built…

Happy Labor Day

While we celebrate Labor Day, we recognize all those who currently work at and have worked for NAFCO for the past 70 years. Today, we also remember our founder on his 98th birthday, the service he gave during WWII, and the vision he and his wife had at our beginning.  Thankful for all those who…

Schenck Silos

NAFCO designed, detailed, fabricated and delivered this 14′ diameter, 84′ long chemical storage silo. It is a skirted design with 4 integrated columns provided for load cells interface at grade. The columns had adjacent jacking positions to allow for complete load cell replacement even during a full silo event. The Silo was designed for an…

Naheola Biomass Ductwork

This steel plate duct work system, weighing 150 tons, was made up of gas flow spaces up to 33’ wide and a max of 9’-2 deep that included interfaces at the Boiler Outlet, Filter Fabric House Inlet and Outlet, Dual ID Fan Inlet, Fan Outlet, and Stack Inlet. The duct work included flat and rolled…

Looking forward to College Football

College football is back! As we look forward to the start of football season, NAFCO is proud to be the fabricator of choice for college football projects across the southeast: past, present and future. We are excited to share our journey from Jordan-Hare to Bryant Denny, Protective Stadium, and now Vanderbilt’s FirstBank Stadium! Jordan–Hare Stadium…