Fabrication for the oil field relies on innovating for the next generation, maintaining the highest quality and safety standards, and focusing each and every day on the needs of our customers.
Larry Rubis, Founder & Former President
Nalco FabTech’s 34-acre campus in Casper, Wyoming, brings together an exceptional team of experienced engineers, equipment and facility designers, process specialists, and fabricators. Together they design, construct, implement, operate and maintain oil production and recovery equipment and facilities used throughout the world for both onshore and offshore environments.
They were the first to build mobile skids; making them portable and reusable on other job sites. This innovative thinking has led to several patents pending on the specific technology, equipment, and processes.
In 2015 Nalco FabTech worked with CAEDA, The Joint Powers Board and the Wyoming Business Council to obtain a federal grant that allowed them to install a new clean sewer line from their location on 33 Mile Road to the airport; to be owned and operated by the City of Casper. This project has opened the door to new businesses and residents; as well as sustainability of the current residential and business customers allowing the offering of an appealing benefit to expand and move to the area.
Despite the working relationship with these three organizations they weren’t convinced to join CAEDA until they met with Charles Walsh and Riata Little. Nalco FabTech was represented by Michael Oakley, Managing Director; Asa Meeks, Production Supervisor; Susan Bessey, Accounting Manager and Monica Dillon, Executive Assistant.
“The enthusiasm and excitement Charles and Riata displayed in presenting the new direction of CAEDA is what grabbed our attention.” Said Monica Dillon with Nalco FabTech. “They showed us that CAEDA had a definite focus and specific industries they were targeting.”
“The work that CAEDA has been involved with, like the David Street Station was impressive. It was good to see what they’ve done in the short time they’ve been involved,” Monica mentioned.