Rolled & Welded Steel Pipes
At Southeastern Construction, we fabricate rolled and welded steel pipes from stainless steel and carbon steel.
Fabricated large diameter steel pipes are rolled and welded to your specifications and can be delivered to your facility anywhere in the United States or around the world.
Customized to your specs
We routinely custom fabricate R&W steel pipes that are over dimensional in diameter. From combined cycle power plants to high volume pipe for stormwater applications, we have the experience to fabricate your rolled and welded steel pipes with the specifications and coating/lining requirements needed for your project.
ASME Accredited Facility
Rolled and welded pipes meet the exacting standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME Section IX), the American Welding Society (AWS D1.1 and AWS D1.6), the South Florida Water Management District, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and others as specified. With decades of experience, we are an ASME and AWS Accredited steel plate fabricator that will fabricate, assemble, and inspect R&W steel pipes for industrial and municipal applications.
Rolled and Welded Steel Pipe Features
- Meets ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1, AWS D1.6, and other industry standards
- Carbon steel or stainless steel
- Variety of thicknesses
- Variety of diameters
- Variety of heights or lengths
- Pipe coating protects our pipes from damage over time
Rolled & Welded Steel Pipe Industries Served
We serve the exacting needs of facility operators, EPC contractors, general contractors and OEMs in multiple industries.
Oil & Gas
Food & Beverage Processing
Mining & Minerals
Water & Wastewater Treatment
Pulp & Paper
Structural Facilities AISC Certified
Standard for Steel Building Structures with the Sophisticated Paint Endorsement P2
Plate/Vessel Facility ASME Accredited
S and U Stamp Fabrications
AWS Certified Welding Fabricator
National Fire Protection Association Member
Fireline V Certified
Field Services Division National Board Accredited
R Stamp for Repairs, Alterations, and Rerating of Pressure Retaining Items