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Railings (Steel, stainless, glass)
Balconies
Decks
Staircases
Stainless fireplace surrounds
Stainless stove back splashes
Mailboxes
Zambonis
Corner guards, trims and sabots
Stained-glass window frames
BBQ cookers
Window well covers
Kitchen island columns
Exterior support columns
Brick lintels
Decorative corbels
Brackets
Pergolas
Westward's Architectural, Building and Industrial Services
Custom metal fabricating and machining to support architectural
design using stainless steel, aluminum, steel, brass and bronze.
Interior ornamental fabricating including custom trim, table legs,
corner guards, fireplace surrounds, railings, and staircases.
Exterior ornamental fabricating such as wrought iron fences,
gates, railings, staircases, and balconies.
General machining of all types of metals and plastics.
Heavy equipment repair, fabrication and welding.
Toolmaking, fixturing and die work.
Machine building and repair including hydraulics, pneumatics and
automated systems.
Custom computerized machining (CNC capabilities) and welding
services.
In-depth consultation services and design mock-ups (if needed) to
ensure project success.
WESTWARD Machine and Tool, Inc.
Architectural and Industrial Metalworking
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Latest project posed biggest challenge of all...
In the pursuit of building our customers' dreams, we frequently encounter all sorts of difficulties and
challenges; however, our latest architectural challenge topped them all.

The challenge:  Construct a 70-foot-long steel-supported deck made of tube steel, and a radiused
staircase, using limited lifting and handling equipment because of location and terrain.
Colorado Springs, CO - This home in the
Cheyenne Mountain Resort area of
Colorado Springs was completely gutted
and updated with a contemporary style to
serve as the homeowners' retirement home.
We constructed a steel canopy structure in
the front of the home and a steel-supported
deck in the back of the home that stretches
70 feet.
Because the home was already
landscaped and fenced, there was not any
way to drive a vehicle or lift to the back side
of the home.
The deck and staircase had to
be built in our shop in pieces, and then
carried by hand from the driveway down a
hill to the back of the home. The pieces
then had to be hoisted by hand and
assembled on the job site. Much of the job,
including the radiused stair railing, was
required to be built on site piece by piece.
Click here for more photos.
Photo taken by Photographer Don Jones and compliments of Tremmel Design Group
This residence recently was featured in the Architectural Review section of the Colorado Springs Style magazine.
Since 1997