Our experience, engineering and planning make the difference.
CID’s company philosophy of continuous welding uniquely distinguishes our protected crown and cradle construction from the rest of the modular building industry.
Let CID’s qualified welders contribute to your project success. We adhere to the American Welding Society (AWS) procedures which include Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) and the associated Procedure Qualification Records (PQR). Whether a Prequalified or Qualified Testing standard, CID is willing to adhere to your stringent structural requirements and use an Internationally accepted Third Party Inspection Agency to complete Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) such as magnetic particle testing. Combining the AWS and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) CID fully complies with the following standards:
- AWS D1.1-2010 Structural Welding Code-Steel
- AWS D1.3 -2008 Structural Welding Code-Sheet Steel
- AWS D1.6-2008 Structural Welding Code- Stainless Steel
The tubular steel skeleton members are continuously welded together and clad with 10 gauge plate steel skin. Once the plate has been continuously welded, our structure becomes a large steel diaphragm, which provides superior capability to integrate ceiling mounted crane rails, cable tray, roof top mounted air equipment, and wall hung HVAC units.