Servicing Darwin and its surrounding suburbs since 1985, AKS Welding & Fabrication has seen it all when it comes to the steel fabrication industry. We use our wealth of experience to provide a top-quality finish with all of our metal and steel products and services.
At AKS Welding & Fabrication, we are proud of our Northern Territory roots. We recognise the importance of good customer service, which is at the forefront of everything we do.
We're a family owned business, with a team of qualified tradesmen who can design and fabricate a range of steel products from start to finish; these products include stairs, handrails, frames, cages, footings, cleats, brackets, air-conditioner brackets and more!
At AKS Welding & Fabrication, we have all the necessary licenses to provide metal work services throughout Darwin. These services include everything from the bending, cutting and folding, right through to threading, punching and welding.
We have a well-equipped workshop, which is home to a guillotine, press and mill, as well as welding tools, drills and a range of other equipment. These innovative tools allow us to complete our jobs faster and more efficiently.
Jimmy started his apprenticeship with AKS Welding in 1995 under the training and guidance of Andrew Shugg, the owner and operator of AKS Welding.
Andrew is a born and bred Territorian. He did his training in the Territory and then, a few years later, began working for himself. Andrew has worked in many different areas of his trade: mining, oil and gas, construction and maritime. Andrew's years of experience makes him an asset to anyone who has a project to manage.
Jimmy successfully completed his apprenticeship in 1999. He then worked in the remote area of the Northern Territory for 5 years. The experience of working remotely has given Jimmy the local knowledge and know-how that will benefit the needs of your job, that interstate or new businesses just do not understand.
The combined knowledge and experience of these two tradesmen has proven time and time again the difference between a job well done, and a well done job.