Triton Metals, Inc. is a precision fabricator who specializes in architectural and ornamental metals and is fully capable of fabricating your projects using stainless steel, aluminum specialty metals or steel, etc. to meet your project specifications. We here at Triton Metals, Inc. utilize a model-based enterprise in our design/drawing process which gives the customer an exact model of the project for their approval prior to fabrication; and when incorporated with our CNC machinery it allows us to virtually fabricate our customers’ imagination. Our fabrication shop houses all the necessary CNC machinery to produce a completed project under one roof. Our experienced team has literally hundreds of years of experience combined in specialty metals and fabrication that gives us ability to design and produce a wide array of projects for commercial, government or private use. Our confidence in the ability to produce a specific look or effect for our customers has been proven with past and present opportunities.
Triton Metals, Inc. specializes in architectural designs, such as: handrails, emblems, kiosks, signage, plaques, architectural panels, millwork inlays, lighting fixtures, laboratory fixtures, artwork, unique furniture, monuments, grates, grills and inlay lettering. Some of our highlighted projects include the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Operators Wheel House Screen Wall, the Blackistone Island Lighthouse Cupola, the National Institute of Health Handrail System, the Arena Stage in Washington D.C., and USAMRIID project in Fort Detrick Maryland.
The Woodrow Wilson Bridge is a drawbridge spanning over the Potomac River connecting Prince Georges County and Northern Virginia and is traveled by more than 250,000 cars each day. In November of 2008 Triton Metals, Inc. constructed the Operators Wheel House Screen Wall. In this project scope, Triton Metals, Inc. fabricated and assembled a stainless steel screen wall for the Operators Control House on the bridge.
The original Blackistone Lighthouse on St. Clements Island dates back to the 18th Century and mysteriously burnt down many years ago. St. Clements Hundred, a local business, started reconstruction on the lighthouse in 2005 and was completed in 2007 with the help of Triton Metals, Inc. who donated materials and labor to rebuild the cupola. The cost associated with this project is estimated at nearly $136k.
In July of 2007, Triton Metals, Inc. completed a project for the National Institute of Health Clinical Research Facility in Bethesda Maryland who is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which happens to be the nation’s medical research agency. The project scope was to modify and install a custom stainless steel and glass handrail system.
The Arena Stage in Washington, D.C is one of the nation’s oldest theatres, who is in its sixth decade currently serves a diverse annual audience of nearly 300,000 people. When they needed an elaborate all steel structure for ½” glass panels in order to create a stairwell on two levels of open floor space, Triton Metals, Inc. stepped in and with the help of 3-D solid modeling and laser capabilities the job was delivered flawlessly.
Fort Detrick, Maryland who happens to be the largest employer in Frederick County, called on Triton Metals, Inc. for the USAMRIID replacement project. The objective for this project included the fabrication of all stainless steel airlocks, chemical showers, extra heavy duty exhaust chases, air pressure resistant vision windows and other miscellaneous metal fabrications for the Biological Safety Level 4 area of the facility.
In August of 2011, Triton Metals completed a 30’ quarterback sculpture that was placed near the entrance of a local national football stadium. With the help of SolidWorks technology and our knowledgeable drafting team, the 16k pound sculpture was completed impeccably (thru an earthquake and hurricane); and not to mention, 4 days before its deadline.