AZCO is a heavy industrial construction and fabrication solutions provider building the critical infrastructure that keeps communities and industries thriving. Part of the Burns & McDonnell family of companies, we work with more than 750 union craftsmen and craftswomen across the country, using an integrated approach to deliver more advanced controls and predictable outcomes.

Headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, AZCO performs its work throughout the United States serving the power generation, refinery and petrochemical, food and beverage, solar and wind farms, battery storage, general manufacturing, and pulp and paper industries.

As a full-service industrial constructor, AZCO provides a wide range of general construction and mechanical services such as new power plant construction, turbine setting and maintenance, boiler installation and repair, power and process piping installation and fabrication, structural steel installation, electrical and instrumentation, carbon, stainless and chrome-moly pipe fabrication, environmental compliance work, equipment setting and rigging and foundry construction and maintenance.

Our skilled union craftsmen and craftswomen — boilermakers, ironworkers, pipefitters, millwrights, sheet metal workers, operating engineers, electricians and laborers and more — have the time, training, tools and equipment necessary to perform a complete range of integrated construction services. We support your project and these trades with strong estimating, scheduling and cost monitoring systems. Our specialists and quality assurance teams stay on the leading edge of technology, continually improving processes on the project site and in our fabrication facilities.

AZCO is committed to delivering safety excellence by utilizing our continued investment in people and resources, while encouraging employees to be proactive in finding safe work solutions and increasing awareness of our Zero Injury Program.

The Zero Injury Program is behavioral based starting at the executive management level with the value that “no injury is acceptable.” AZCO places considerable emphasis on key zero injury techniques developed by the Construction Industry Institute. These techniques include a clear focus on employee orientation to the zero injury culture, site specific pre-job safety analysis and daily pre-task planning.