As a custom fabricator for architectural metals, Poma brings world-class designs to life with amazing details and attention to quality.

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We provide high-quality railing replacement and building modernization for residential and commercial highrises.


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Our team of custom fabricators provides quality metalwork for new construction projects.

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We offer export facade and railing systems backed by our Poma international guarantee.

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Our employees make high-performance architectural systems possible. Over the past forty years, the Poma name has become a marker for quality and service. This success would not be possible without our incredible team of fabricators.

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What People are saying About Poma

Poma is known for providing their clients with a high quality product … a very positive experience to work with Poma.

Photo of Paul AdamsPaul Adams, A1A Wilson Associates

I would highly recommend Poma to anyone in search of an honest quality, “get it done” architectural metals contractor.

Photo of Modesto MilloModesto Millo, Director of Operations, KAST Construction

Excellent Workmanship and Attention to Detail.

Photo of Brian PrebendaBrian Prebenda, Balfour Beatty

Magnificent Contributions from Poma.

Jonathan PearchJonathan Pearch, Balfour Beatty, Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center

Poma was able to provide a high-quality finished product under a fast-paced schedule.

Whiting TurnerJay Cochran, Whiting-Turner, Kennedy Space Center

Poma’s timely response to matters of importance is second to none.

Photo of Ocean II CondominiumsRonald Singer, Ocean Two Condominiums

The workmanship of the product and the installation was nothing other then perfection. We are so happy with the finished product.

South Ocean Condominium AssociationValerie O'Brien, South Ocean Condominium Association

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Blog, Insights & News from Poma

9thJuly, 2018

Studies show salt air affects metals more than 50 miles inland

Anyone who has ever bought a used car has considered how salty atmospheres impacts aging metal. Road salts and coastal environments mean corroded steel and other metal components under the hood and body of the vehicle. These conditions have a similar affect on buildings, especially in coastal locales around the world. But how many miles inland do you have to be to avoid salt air corrosion? Sometimes, the best way to visualize data is with maps. The Galvanizers Association put together an interactive map that shows how coastal distances play a factor in the corrosion of galvanized steel. While the map measures corrosion levels of Great Britain, this data is a useful resource for understanding how far inland salt air affects metal.

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