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Chicago: Ryerson Global Headquarters

227 West Monroe Street
27th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606
Phone: 312-292-5000
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Houston North Facility
Houston North
Aluminum, Stainless, Carbon & Alloy Bars, Tubes & Shapes
8105 Breen Road
Houston, TX 77040
Phone: 281-310-3320
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Our facility in north Houston was built to meet the needs of oil & gas customers across the region.

Extensive inventory, easy access:  We’re the energy products hub for all Ryerson locations in the Southwest, giving you a wide choice of sizes, shapes, alloys and grades.

Rapid processing, responsive service:  Our processing and fabrication capabilities get you the finished parts you need, delivered exactly when you need them.

Hands-on team of oil & gas experts:  We know your business from the inside out. So you not only get great service, you have a partner backed by more than 50 years of industry experience.

Aluminum  Stainless Steel  Alloys  Carbon 
6061 Bar & Tube  316L Bar  4140 AR Bar  1018 Bar 
6063 Bar, Tube & Structural Shapes  304/304L Bar & Tube  4140 L80 Bar  1026 Tube 
  410 Bar  4140 P110 Bar & Tube  1045 Bar 
  17-4 Annealed Bar  4130 Bar   
  17-4 HH1150 Bar  4340 Bar   
    8620 Bar   


Relieving a material's internal stress through a process of heating and gradual cooling


Cutting, shearing or punching specified shapes out of a piece of sheet

Coil Leveling

Using rollers to flatten coil and sheet to standard industry tolerances
Cut to Length


Cutting pieces of coil to specific lengths


Machining process that feeds a drill axially into a surface


Machining process that uses an abrasive wheel to achieve high surface quality and dimensional accuracy

Heat Treating

Altering the properties of a metal through techniques such as annealing, case hardening, precipitation strengthening, tempering and quenching

Iron Working

Shearing, notching, forming and punching metal plates by machine with high-strength blades and dies


Using machine tools to remove material from a piece to achieve a desired geometry


Machining process that removes material to form material into a final shape
Oxy cutting

Oxy-Fuel Cutting

Process utilizing a gas-powered flame torch to cut various thicknesses of plate.
Plasma cutting

Plasma Cutting

Using a high-speed plasma torch to cut various thicknesses of metals
Aluminum plate sawing

Plate Sawing

Using a series of vertical saws to cut plate to tight tolerances
Precision blanking

Precision Blanking

Shearing with punches and dies where the product is the piece punched out of the web, in contrast to piercing

Press Brake

Bending sheet and plate material with a power-driven machine, also known as a brake press

Roll Forming

Forming process that uses a series of rollers to shape a piece of sheet into a specified part
saw cutting


Cutting material with high-strength saw blades


Using straight cutting blades to cut sheet and plate to specific sizes


Using straight cutting blades to cut sheet and plate to specific sizes

Stress Relieving

Applying heat to alter a material’s properties and relieve internal stresses

Toll Processing

Performing specific material processing services on a fee-based pricing structure


Machining process that cuts discs out of a surface to create large holes

Turning and Threading

Machining process that uses a die to produce internal or external threads on a surface
Alan Singleton

Alan Singleton

Multi Market General Manager
Phone: 713-440-2921

Assistant General Manager

Tyler Penrod

General Manager - Houston North
Phone: 281-310-3327

Kevin Bury

Kevin Bury

Sales Manager
Phone: 281-310-3325