our Certifications

Fought & Company is an AISC-Certified Fabricator, meeting the quality certification requirements for Conventional Steel Structures, Complex Steel Building Structures, Advanced Steel Bridges with Fracture Critical and Sophisticated Paint Coating Endorsements. Fought & Company, Inc. is also a City of Los Angeles, City of Portland and Washington Association of Building Officials certified Fabricator. All welders at Fought & Company are certified in accordance with AWS. In addition to our various certifications, Fought & Company is a member of the various steel industry organizations including AISC, NSBA.



American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a non-partisan, not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States.

  • Standard for Steel Building Structures

  • Certified Bridge Fabrication - Advanced (Major)

  • Fracture Critical Endorsement

  • Sophisticated Paint Endorsement - Enclosed

  • Certification Number: 202021041-11CCRF



American Welding Society (AWS)

Recognized as welding's leading authority, AWS is committed to excellence. AWS offers numerous certifications, programs and services for the welding professional.

  • Certified Welding Inspectors AWS-QC-1, SNT-TC-1A

  • Level I, II, & III Inspector Ultrasonic Examination

  • Magnetic Particle Testing


City of Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

Fought & Company, Inc. is an approved fabricator of structural steel by the City of Los Angeles. Certification establishes Fought & Company, Inc. as having the necessary procedures for fabrication to be eligible for approval. Special inspection for the fabrication process may be waived by the Building Official when the work is performed by a fabricator with this certification.



Institute of Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (ICCIFP)

The Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP®) designation is the only certification for construction professionals and is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under ISO 17024:2012. The ICCIFP provides the construction industry with a third-party verification of an individual's knowledge, which is essential to ethical financial management in today's complex construction industry.



National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA)

NSBA’s Mission Is to Establish Steel as the Preferred Material for Bridges. The National Steel Bridge Alliance is dedicated to advancing   the state-of-the-art of steel bridge design and construction. We are a unified industry organization of businesses and agencies interested in the development, promotion, and construction of cost-effective steel bridges.



Northwest Ironworkers Employers Association (NIEA)

Leading the Northwest and Alaska companies in the steel erection and fabrication industry. NIEA companies are highly skilled in the fields of reinforcing, fabrication, rigging, welding, metal buildings, ornamental, fence & door and other steel crafts.



Pacific Northwest Steel Fabricators' Association (PNSFA)

The steel industry in the Pacific Northwest is recognized as an established community of immense capacity and capability.  Its scope encompasses the largest projects as well as the most technically exacting, tapping into a deep heritage of metal working experience and knowledge.  The Pacific Northwest Steel Fabricators Association (PNSFA) encourages the continuing development of the steel industry in the Pacific Northwest, strengthening its infrastructure through the exchange of knowledge and information among its members while also providing exposure to, and training from, specialists in related fields. Striving to keep steel professionals current and proficient as well as progressive in their approach to their industry is PNSFA's mandate.



Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO)

Promotes building codes and standards that safeguard the public health and safety; advise on legislative matters; assist in the development of national and state code, provide educational opportunities for its members and preserve local government control of code administration.



state of oregon

State of Oregon

License Number: 65904

Welding Codes: AWS D1.1, AWS D1.3


state of washington

State of Washington

License Number: FoughC*264LP

Welding Codes: AWS D1.5, AWS D1.4


state of california

State of California

License Number: 837107

Welding Codes: AWS D1.6, AWS D14.3


state of idaho

State of Idaho

License Number: 16290-U-4

Welding Codes: AWS D1.8, AREMA


state of utah

State of Utah

License Number: 345154-5551