Glossary

Access Steel: steel that is used to make stairs, ladders, platforms, and more.

AESS Products: Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (aesthetically pleasing steel products that are on display).

AISC Certified: a certification earned by companies creating and/or erecting steel structures. This certification verifies that a company meets safety, procedural, managerial, and quality standards for on-site projects.

Architectural Concrete: concrete that adds an aesthetic look to a structural building.

AWS Certified Fabricator: this certification recognizes companies who have the resources, procedures, and personnel to apply a quality management system for welding fabrication activities.

BIM Technology: technology that allows engineers and designers to create 3D models of the structure with functional characteristics.

Carbon Steel: steel with increased strength due to its high concentration of carbon.

Equipment Supports: load bearing steel supports that transfer material loads between the equipment and the structure.

Equipment Setting: properly installing and aligning process equipment on a new building construction site to achieve a smooth and long-lasting operation.

Fabricated Steel Products: steel products assembled and welded by Southeastern Construction.

Federal Supplier: a certified company that supplies products and services to government organizations.

Field Services Division National Board Accredited: a certification that asserts industrial companies are obeying the laws, rules, and regulations for performing the construction, installation, repair, maintenance, and inspection of pressure equipment.

Fireline V Certified: this certification showcases that Southeastern Construction is devoted to eliminating death, injury, property, and economic loss due to fire, electrical, and related hazards.

Heavy Structural Weldments: steel plates welded together to create big, durable metal pieces for heavy duty industrial applications.

Industrial Site Constructor: a company that performs a full range of construction services from site development to steel erection.

ISNetworld Contractor Certification: a certification that shows construction companies and industrial contractors follow all safety compliances and regulations when completing projects.

Miscellaneous Steel: any metal product (stairs, handrails, ladders, and more) that is not a part of the structural steel package of a project.

On-site Constructors: highly skilled, safety-conscious, and experienced craftsmen that build your construction project on site.

Pipe Rack: a steel framed structure that is used in a variety of industries to support steel pipes, power cables, mechanical equipment, and more.

Process Piping: the installation of steel pipes that will be used to convert chemicals, gases, and liquids into tangible products.

Site Development Company: Southeastern Construction prepares construction sites before building begins.

Steel Fabricators: craftsmen that prepare, fabricate and weld various metal constructions, components and structures.

Structural Concrete: a special type of concrete that can support heavy structural loads or acts as an integral part of a structure.

Structural Steel: steel products that come in a variety of shapes for process buildings, pipe racks, equipment supports, and more.

Structural Steel Erection: a company that erects steel structures by lifting, placing, and then welding components into place.

Structural Steel Erection Company: a company that assembles steel components by lifting, positioning, and bolting/welding them into place on site.

Structural Steel Management Software: technology that helps metal fabricators and engineers manage different business and construction operations.

Tekla Software: 3D models that display all steel structures with full details including welds, bolts, and more.

Theme Park Construction Company: a company that provides engineering, development, and construction services to businesses in the theme park and tourism industry.

Theme Park Site Development: theme park construction companies carry out theme park site development, which refers to the services related to the site civil engineering and all applicable engineering design efforts.