King Industries performs mechanical installations in a wide variety of industries and manufacturing operations. Mechanical contracting is our core business offering.

We provide general contracting services subcontracting civil, electrical, plumbing and all other specialty trades work. Our workforce consists of pipefitters, sheet metal workers, iron workers, millwrights, operators and laborers. Installations are accomplished using a single trade discipline or multi-trade disciplines.


Our expertise enable us to specialize in complex projects.

While industrial projects have some common characteristics each has their own unique differences. A general manufacturing industry project may require equipment installations with structural steel and bulk material conveying systems, etc. A food industry project may need some of the same things, but use stainless steel to maintain cleanliness under food compliance standards as the products are made and packaged. While these are two examples of the industries we serve, we also perform projects in industries of all types. This is why our comprehensive capabilities and expertise enable us to specialize in complex projects in most any industrial facility including those having technically specific production and process requirements.

Competencies include:

Mechanical installations

Process and utility piping in all industries

Sanitary piping requiring precision welding to create clean, sealed pipes, valves, and fittings for industries including food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and others

Industrial HVAC installations, air handling units, chillers, cooling towers, fans, ductwork, ventilation, exhaust, dust collection and more

Structural steel including fabrication and installation of catwalks, ladders, platforms, grating, supports, beams, and more

Material handling systems of all types

Industrial and process equipment installations of all types and relocations from in-plant to remote and distant locations

Demolitions and removing existing equipment and systems

Shutdowns and outages