Stewart Metal Fabricators

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City/Town: Oklahoma City
Location Class: IndustrialRailroad
Year Built: 1934
Year Abandoned: 2000
Status: Demolished
Photojournalist: Michael SchwarzMary Evans

Stewart Metal Fabricators, also referred to as W.H. Stewart Co, opened in 1934. SMF came to a sudden close in 2000 because their contractor stopped funding them. Currently the building is owned by somebody that wants to tear down these old building and turn them into apartments. It will be interesting to see what he does with it. Currently the building is used to house the carriages for the Downtown horse carriage rides. ย The horses don’t stay there, they are just groomed and prepped there before a busy night of rides. Electricity remains on in parts of the building, however most of the building is covered in a multitude of symmetrically aligned skylights. Natural lighting is always beautiful!

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Ohia Mike
Ohia Mike
3 years ago

If I check the history of Stewart Metal Fabricators than I can easily say that this is one of the oldest steel fabricators. Thanks for sharing interesting thoughts here. Also check Rosh Metal LTD for steel fabrication help.

David
David
3 years ago

I worked there for several years…….so sad to see it like this.:(

Keri0073
Keri0073
Reply to  David
3 years ago

Im looking for a man that worked there for many years. Kenneth Alford anyone know him?

Max
Max
4 years ago

Chips may frame long spirals or little drops, contingent upon the material, and procedure parameters. The kind of chips framed can be a pointer of the machinability of the material, with long chips proposing poor material machinability.

Wade Vang
4 years ago

Good to know about this company…. If I need it I will use their services for steel fabrication work.

Heknow
Heknow
5 years ago

potty fixation

L.B.
L.B.
6 years ago

If these are the buildings that were on the north side of Sheridan, then they are gone, and the apartments are indeed in the works.

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7 years ago

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Jim
Jim
7 years ago

This would make one hell of a space for a film production studio! How does one reach the owner?

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7 years ago

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Chester Grace
8 years ago

Do you know when the bid for demolition of buildings will be posted

FriendlyMic
Reply to  Chester Grace
8 years ago

We are working on an update as we speak! Should be out very soon! ๐Ÿ™‚

MikeN
MikeN
8 years ago

I generally want to maintain and reuse older buildings. These have NO redeeming value and considering where they are in East Bricktown the land is all the value. Raze them and resue the land for something more appropriate for the location.

Ash
Ash
8 years ago

Company actually closed in 2004. They quit paying their loan payments and the bank foreclosed. I attended the auction the bank had done on all the equipment and material. At one time, it was a good business but they lost a major contract producing the metal boxes for a major phone company. Stupidity on their part to have such a high concentration in just one customer

Larry Jacobs
8 years ago

How would I get permission to hold a photo shoot in this building? I assume you have the contact information If you dont mind sharing you can email me the info?

Thank you
Larry

Michael Schwarz
Reply to  Larry Jacobs
8 years ago

Please PM Me on my Facebook. You can do that by clicking on my name above this comment

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