About us

Wiemann Delivers Excellence in Product Quality and Customer Service On Every Product, Every Day

Wiemann Metalcraft is a full service custom ornamental and architectural metal fabricator and blacksmith serving an international client base. Our strength lies in the knowledge and passion of our dedicated team of employees. WMC clients recognize that we provide value by creating solutions to meet budget, timeframe and aesthetic considerations on every project. Since our founding as a humble blacksmithing and fabrication shop in 1940, we have completed challenging projects in residential, commercial, religious, public, institutional and government building locations in 47 states and many foreign countries. Wiemann Metalcraft is a solution provider with knowledge and experience working in a wide range of metal alloys and manufacturing processes. Our team of dedicated employees and craftsmen has over 300 years of combined metalworking experience. We use time-honored, traditional metal working methods and finishes combined with state-of-the-art CAD, 3D Modeling, Rapid Prototyping and machining, to make exquisite metalwork for new and returning clients.


Wiemann Metalcraft was founded in 1940 by Mr. Ernest Wiemann (1910-2010) in Tulsa, OK. The business operated under the founder’s leadership until 1997 when the Bracken family purchased and expanded the firm. Since 1940, Wiemann MetalCraft has maintained a solid reputation as a superior ornamental metal fabricator dedicated to quality and integrity. We provide solutions for our clients, solutions that often take on extraordinary elegance with exacting attention to details. Wiemann Metalcraft is dedicated to serving clients through the design, metal fabrication, and installation of the highest quality custom ornamental and architectural metal and glass work available.


Wiemann Metalcraft Award
Wiemann Metalcraft
Wiemann Metalcraft

The National Ornamental and Misc. Metals Association Ernest Wiemann Top Job Awards

Wiemann Metalcraft has been recognized by the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA) for excellence in design and craftsmanship over 160 times, more than any other metal fabricator in the country. In fact, our company namesake and founder, Ernest Wiemann, was so dedicated to the association and to advancing the quality of the decorative metal industry that NOMMA renamed their annual Top Job Awards after him upon his retirement in 1993.



The National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association is the only trade association that educates and promotes the ornamental and miscellaneous metals industry in the United States. Founded in 1958, NOMMA provides education, training, code advocacy and an annual trade show.

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