Foreman, Tom Chamberlain

Tom Chamberlain has more than 15 years of  Foreman experience,  Previously, he served as Field Foreman for Milling Machinery.  Tom is known for his excellent problem solving skills, and for being diligent, well-organized, and patient. He focuses on increasing customer satisfaction by maintaining open communications and building solid relationships.  Tom loves to travel, and has visited six countries around the globe.

Project Manager, Allen Dale

Allen Dale joined PSE in 2014 after serving with T.W. Steel for more than 32 years, where he rose to the level of Vice President.  His primary areas of expertise include problem solving, reading contracts, erection and shop drawings, planning, scheduling and leading by example.  Allen seeks to increase customer satisfaction by proactively anticipating client needs.  In his spare time he enjoys riding his motorcycle

Foreman, Todd Hankins

PSE Forman Todd Hankins  values on the job include loyalty and the ability to ensure quality and safety at all times. Todd says he’s proud to work for Pro Steel Erectors because of its ability to provide customers what they pay for and deserve. Todd previously worked for Iron Steel LLC and AZ Bridge & Iron as a field supervisor, earning several equipment training certifications, he has  completed the 10hr and 30hr OSHA training. He plans to continue his education in Construction Management in the future. While Todd has traveled broadly across the U.S., his bucket list includes visiting Alaska to experience the vastness of the wilderness.

SafetyTraining Director,

Roger Holmen 

Roger has worked for PSE for more than five years.  He’s certified in OSHA 30, 500, 505, trained in CPR, Scissor, Boom and Fork Lifts and has received training in fall protection, Hilti, L.O.T.O. and confined space.  He has experience serving as a general foreman for multiple industries including erection, general construction, refineries and power plants.  Roger is known for having a professional and upbeat attitude, while ensuring that PSE’s customers get the best product completed by the finest ironworkers.  In his spare time, Roger enjoys golfing, working on home projects and enjoying his wife, children and grandchildren.

Foreman, Mike Talley

Mike Talley has more than 25 years of welding experience., 13 with PSE.   Previously, he was Ashton Builders'  lead iron worker on bridge projects, and Schuff Steel's lead fitter and welder.    He completed the welding technologies and blue print reading programs at Pikes Peak Community College, and is OSHA 30, CPR and First Aid certified.   Safety and being on time are his priorities.  In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities with his family, including camping and riding ATVs and UTVs.

Foreman, Pat Melton

Prior to joining PSE in 2012, Pat worked for Gantrex systems as a superintendent, where he managed jobs in multiple states simultaneously.  He is dedicated, reliable and gets jobs done right to ensure that clients are satisfied with PSE’s results.  His skills include blueprint reading, working well with others, welding, detailing, erection and a broad knowledge of other trade work.  One item on his bucket list Pat is proud to have checked off was watching his children grow up to become healthy and successful adults.

Foreman, Randy Jackson

Randy Jackson has been with PSE for more than eight years.  His expertise includes problem-solving, building and maintaining good relationships with general contractors, reading and interpreting blueprints, welding, manufacturing and directing the flow of the job.  Prior to joining PSE, Randy worked at Hi-Tech Erectors and as a welder in the U.S. Army, where he was awarded first place in the welding portion of the maintenance rodeo.  He is OSHA 10, 30, CPR and First-Aid trained and a gratudate of Wayensville Technical Academy and the U.S. Army Welding School.  Randy is into fitness, hiking, camping and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

CEO, and Co-founder
Scott Sappington

Pro Steel Erectors' CEO  Scott Sappington co-founded the company  in 1997. He graduated from Scottsdale Community Collage in 1984, is OHSA 10 and 30 hour trained, and OSHA Subpart M and R trained,. A rigger Instructor and certified welder, Scott has more than 30-plus years experience in the steel industry, including design, detailing, fabrication and erection.  Scott enjoys sailing (he's sailed throughout the Virgin Islands) and he also  enjoys racing, golf, scuba diving and trail riding.