One of our many specialties at Solomon Group is welding, an essential element in the creation of custom scenic and structural pieces for our museum, theme park, and live event fabrication work.⁠

We are incredibly lucky to have Brian Ramsarup as our Welding Manager, who leads his team to create quality and long-lasting pieces. Brian brings a high level of quality control and ability to his position at Solomon Group, having spent over 3 years as the Welding Supervisor for Universal Studios, and prior to that, as Weld Leader at Modern Welding Company. ⁠

⁠Brian's decade-plus of experience shows, his artful finishes and techniques have not gone unnoticed by his peers, and the engineers, architects and clients who work on our biggest projects. Brian's passion and pride his welding work made him a perfect pick for our first dive deep into what makes Solomon Group's fabrication process stand out from the rest: ⁠

⁠“Our weld shop is equipped with a range of welding machines, including TIG, MIG, and stick welders for carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum fabrication. We also have a variety of welding tools, including grinders, clamps, band saws, ironworkers and rollers, to ensure that our welders have everything they need to do their job safely and efficiently.⁠

⁠We follow a strict set of guidelines to ensure that every weld is consistent and of the highest quality. Our welders are required to be certified in the specific type of welding they will be performing, and they are regularly trained to stay up to date with the latest techniques and best practices. ⁠

Before any welding takes place, all materials are thoroughly cleaned and prepped to ensure that the weld will be strong and free of defects. Once the weld is complete, it is inspected using a variety of techniques, including visual inspection and non-destructive testing, to ensure that it meets our strict quality standards. ⁠

⁠We maintain detailed records of every weld, including the materials used, the equipment used, and the inspection results. This allows us to track the quality of our work over time and make any necessary adjustments to our processes.”