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There’s nothing Stewart can’t do!

30 July 2014 @ 6:54 pm

At Stewart Iron Works it’s no secret what we do. We are a company that specializes in ornamental iron work, and for generations we have exceeded our reputation in the “artistry of metal”. Our skilled designers, engineers and craftsmen, not only create today’s custom masterpieces, but are driven by the challenges of metal masterpieces we […]

SIW designs unique railings for LDS temple

22 July 2014 @ 5:10 pm

Stewart Iron Works recently designed custom bronze railings for the new Latter Day Saints temple in Indianapolis, IN. The temple will be the first LDS temple ever built in Indiana and is expected to cover approximately 23,000 square feet. Stewart Iron Works designed the railings using new patterns and dies which are completely unique from other […]

The ‘Stewart Shield’ protects historical landmark

24 June 2014 @ 1:52 pm

Stewart Iron Works has been designing unique iron fencing and gates since the 1860’s. Each gate we’ve installed over the last century have managed to grace the finest homes, institutions, historic sites and parks across the country; making a statement in and of themselves. Our gates not only provide a welcoming first impression, they consistently […]

Alcatraz. One of Stewart’s Greatest Endeavors.

19 June 2014 @ 4:16 pm

Alcatraz, home of America’s most notorious criminals: Al Capone, Robert “Birdman” Stroud, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Mickey Cohen, and “Bumpy” Johnson to name a few, was a maximum security prison designed to hold prisoners that continuously caused trouble at other federal prisons. A “last resort prison” if you will. This three-story cell house was divided […]

Stewart Iron Works opened the gates to the west…literally!

12 June 2014 @ 2:13 pm

  This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal. When the lock gates opened on August 15, 1914, a new world of opportunities for ships carrying commercial goods, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, followed the current and sparked a revolution. But without the help of the Panama Railway, Stewart Iron Works and […]