Timco Blasting & Coatings is a business that is constantly working to stay ahead of the curve, which is imperative in today's fast-paced and competitive environment. That is what sets Timco apart from its competition.
We started as a professional blasting and coating business in 1989 and have formed into a company that performs much more than just blasting and coating. Please visit our services page to view a list of our capabilities.
Timco has the capabilities and resources to provide proper job coordination, and has a highly qualified quality control team. Timco has certified welders on staff and is C3 and C5 certified in de-leading of industrial structures. Timco has provided services in extremely secure locations, and all employees have satisfactorily completed background checks and drug screenings.
Our employees and management personnel take great pride in providing a quality product and always go the extra mile to ensure safety and customer satisfaction are held as the TOP priorities. We provide prompt, courteous, and professional service that is designed to meet the customers' time, budget, and needs.
200 North Main Street,
Bristow, OK 74010
The corporate office is home to field project operations, estimating, as well as accounting.
Transmission Pole/ Plural Component Division
In 2002, Timco began specialty blasting for one of the world’s largest transmission pole fabricators. This opportunity quickly became “Timco’s North Yard.”
The North Yard facility has several employees and covers sixty acres with a new coating shop and an all new state-of-the-art plural component coating system. There are three applicators on site with Level 2 Coating Certifications.
Timco’s North Yard facility has blasted and coated over 50 million pounds of steel in just 5 years.
Timco applies many types of coatings at our North Yard facility. Some of these coatings include: plural components, epoxy, polyurethane, zinc, non-skid coating and many more.
Timco’s North Yard has two 30’x60’ paint booths in operation as well as a 60’x60’ plural component building.
Timco’s South Yard was built in 1999 and was intended mainly as a shop/warehouse for equipment and supplies for the mobile crews.
In 2001, Timco began accumulating extensive amounts of specialty projects from the natural gas industry. This involved blasting and special coatings in a shop atmosphere. It was at this point, we expanded the shop with new equipment and more personnel. This venture proved successful and opened the door to many new and rewarding opportunities.
One of these opportunities being with the Oklahoma Air National Guard (138th Fighter Wing) in Tulsa, OK. Projects began in 2004 with the coating and stenciling of over thirty F-16 wing tanks. The Air Guard was completely satisfied with Timco’s performance and quality of work, therefore word spread quickly to other bases. By the end of 2004, Timco had signed two 5-year contracts with the 138th Fighter Wing (Tulsa, OK) and the 188th Fighter Wing (Ft. Smith, AR). These contracts consisted of all types of coatings and government specified paint on all support equipment for the F-16, F-4 and the A-10 Jets. Timco has also completed field and in-house work for the Air National Guard in Alabama and Missouri.
Timco Blasting & Coatings, Inc. has updated our South Yard to handle most aircraft projects, and have plans to add other air bases to our customer list
By the end of 2012, Timco’s South Yard facility will have our new metalizing and powdercoating division up and running. The on-site metalizing bay is 30’x60’ and mobile metalizing is also available. The powdercoating is 10’x24’.
- C3 & C5 Certifications for Lead Paint Removal
- Confined Space Entry Training Certification
- Department of Defense (DoD) Certified Contractor
- Plural Component (Corrocote) Applicator Certification
- OSHA Compliance Safety Certification
- OSHA 30 Certification
- OQ Certification for Pipeline Safety
Timco is a HUBZone certified business.
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. These preferences go to small businesses that obtain HUBZone certification in part by employing staff who live in a HUBZone. The company must also maintain a “principal office” in one of these specially designated areas.