About

TROCO brings considerable knowledge of metal fabrication, but strives for a higher level of design aesthetic than a conventional fabricator. TROCO’s uniquely qualified personnel are a combination of technician and artisan, paying close attention to craftsmanship and fine detailing. Each brings the passion and talent that is representative of the philosophy of the business. In addition, the staff at TROCO possesses the ingenuity to value engineer initial design intents, thereby providing their clients cost savings without sacrificing performance.

TROCO’s 29,000 SF facility offers services that include assembly, welding and waterjet production capabilities for metal and stone. Our past projects have ranged from creating small hinges and bearing components to substantial sculpture assemblies by prominent national artists. TROCO has also partnered with other custom fabrication shops to include wood, glass and plastic components as required. This provision creates a complete single source option to implement any architectural design – from unique handrail designs to civic and corporate art installations. Clients often utilize TROCO as a design and budgetary resource early in the project development.

Inherent to the business are the values of corporate integrity matched by outstanding customer service. Close attention is paid to our clients’ budgets and schedules to provide value to every project. TROCO prides itself on contributing its collective expertise in the creation of a more successful project.

TROCO is comprised of three divisions to service multiple business sectors: Architectural, Production and Sculptural.

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TROCO Custom Fabricators is a premier metal fabrication company specializing in Architectural and Sculptural Metal Fabrication. Established in June 2002, TROCO is headquartered in St. Louis to service the construction industry, both regionally and nationally. Our central location allows for economical manufacturing and delivery to regional cities including Chicago, Indianapolis, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City and of course, St. Louis.