High Transit LLC

Move Your Heavy Loads With Confidence

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Welcome

High Steel Structures is one of the nation's largest structural steel fabricators with facilities located in Lancaster and Williamsport, Pennsylvania. For over half a century, High Steel has played a major role in the building and maintenance of our nation’s highway infrastructure.

No matter where you travel across the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast and beyond, you will find bridges and other structures proudly built with our steel!

We are always seeking safety-focused team members who take pride in their work for welding and other positions in our fabrication plants. We offer steady work with great benefits and opportunities for advancement, in an environment focused on safety and the highest quality standards.

Whether you already have experience or are new to fabrication, we want to hear from you!

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We Manage Superloads From Beginning to End.

High Transit hauls oversize/overweight structural steel for bridges, finished concrete products, steel warehousing and pipe in 18 states in the Northeast, Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest.

A Career at High Steel Comes with Great Benefits

  • - Competitive Insurance Package
  • - State of the Art Equipment
  • - Continuous Investment in the Latest Technology
  • - Employer-matched 401K
  • - Paid Vacation after 90 Days
  • - Partial Paid Uniforms
  • - All Tools Provided
  • - Annual Allowance for Personal Protective Equipment
  • - No Travel
  • - Climate-controlled facilities
  • - On-site Vending Machines in all lunchrooms
  • - OSHA Star VPP Safety Site

Why The Law Exists

The new law requirement ensures the safety of both the workers and patrons who utilize parking structures. Routine inspections, structural repairs, and maintenance drastically reduce deterioration and risk of collapse. hehe

Delamination cracks occur due to water infiltration and structural corrosion, often creating falling debris which can become a tripping hazard.

Spalling can be seen when patches of concrete break away from walls and surfaces, usually due to structural failure and corrosion.

Rusting occurs when there’s exposure to water or outdoor elements, resulting in potential pedestrian injury or structural failure.

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