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Chicago Metal Supply and Fabrication is an internationally award-winning, family-owned business with an expertise in custom architectural sheet metal fabrication and a passion for preserving and restoring historical landmarks and heritage buildings.


Clients from around the world are drawn to us for our ability to fabricate a project of any size or difficulty using our unique, state-of-the-art equipment. Whether you’re an expert builder, contractor, or architect, or you’re simply trying to figure out what’s even possible with your project, our attentive and knowledgeable team guides you every step of the way.


We are "the" high-quality fabricator and sheet metal supplier of choice for all your needs. From Chicago’s famous Adams Street Bridge historical restoration to basic residential downspouts, we’ve done it all. We can fabricate anything to your exact architectural designs. We can even create historically exact architectural reproductions from only a photograph.


As owners of one of the largest architectural sheet metal fabrication shops in the country, we proudly create every item with precision and care. Our skilled craftsmen, with more than 100 years combined experience, delicately intertwine Old World metal-smith and copper-smith techniques of centuries past with today’s cutting-edge technological advances. The results are not only visually stunning, they’re also delivered to you on deadline, on budget, and correctly the first time.




We are creators who, at our core, are humanitarians. Even though we do more work with copper, we follow the creed of the Golden Rule:  “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” We live by this every day in our interactions with clients, suppliers, and the people of our community in need of assistance. Our social consciousness guides all our outreach missions, which include countless volunteer hours as well as financial and in-kind donations to Chicago-area churches, soup kitchens, food pantries, schools, single mother housing assistance programs, and the childhood cancer foundation You Can Be My Angel.

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