|Thirty-four years ago, an enterprising man opened an ornamental iron shop in the heart of San Jose, California. His name was Guadalupe Mancias, Sr., and the business he founded in 1965 was called Mancias Steel Company.|
The company has since grown into a highly-regarded fabrication shop, sought out by architects and designers who need intricate patterns and unusual shapes in stainless steel, aluminum or plain steel.
Handrails, stairways, and many other attractive and functional structural items are produced by the 25 employees of Mancias Steel. In two buildings, they cut, form, weld and polish metal fabrications with state-of-the-art equipment. Their customers have included Novell, Intel, Hewlett Packard, Sun Micro, Cisco Systems, Applied Materials, IBM, Adobe, and others.
|Guadalupe retired in 1989, turning operations over to his sons, Guadalupe, Jr., President, and Ricardo, Vice President.
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