MESA metal and steel construction


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MESA metal and steel construction

We are suppliers to the most demanding industries such as shipbuilding, offshore and onshore wind farms, railway technology and safety technology, as well as machine building and plant engineering. When it comes to durability and stability, our high-quality steel, stainless steel, and aluminium products are on board.

Welcome on board: the highest demands

The critical factor for our success as a metalworking company is the expertise in processing metal so that it meets the highest demands, the most stringent safety standards, the highest quality standards, as well as withstands all elements. MESA is a compact metal construction company with over 50 highly-skilled employees.

We design, construct, and manufacture high-quality steel, stainless steel, and aluminium compo-nents such as stair-ways and manhole covers for the large cruise liner, hatches and doors for luxury yachts, working platforms for off-shore and onshore wind farms, extinguishing agent tanks and wall cabinets for Deutsche Bahn rescue trains and assembly tables for large-diameter bearings in a pragmatic, solution-oriented, and fast manner. 

Customised individuality

Since 1980, we have equipped big cruise liners and container ships. We are currently confident in many equally demanding industries such as the onshore and offshore wind industry, yacht construction, safety and railway technology, as well as machine building and plant engineering.

We rely on customer loyalty, so we know our clients well: the fine, often unnamed details that matter to them.. We always do precision work individually and accurately. We think out-of-the-box and use our own long-standing experience. That is what our customers put trust in.

Decades-long experience – Since 1980, we have supplied shipbuilding with metal stairways, etc., and since 1998 we have supplied plant engineering. In 2006, we equipped the first wind farm, initially onshore and then offshore in 2011. In 2012, we manufactured safety technology for fire-fighting trains for the first time.