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Learn more about how WYATT has been a leader in the turnaround and capital project space since 1913.

1913
1913: Wyatt is founded by William J. Wyatt in Dallas, Texas, manufacturing steel culverts, cisterns, and tanks.
1917: Merges with Dallas Boiler Works and incorporates as Wyatt Metal and Boiler Works.
1917
1920
1920: Responding to the Texas oil boom, Wyatt begins steel fabrication for the oil industry and converts facilities to meet new demands.
1928: Wyatt expands to Houston, aligning with the growth of the Gulf Coast as a world petroleum center and inland port.
1928
1933
1933: Acquisition of Steel Tank Construction Company to offer field erection services for process vessels and storage tanks. Introduction of all-welded storage tanks, a shift from riveted designs.
1940s: World War II Period: Wyatt contributes significantly to the war effort by fabricating hulls and parts for combat landing crafts.
1940
1950
1950s: Wyatt diversifies through acquisitions: Plastic Rubber Products Plant, Shelving Plant, Wyatt Shipyards, Wyatt de Mexico, Wyatt Corpus Christi. These acquisitions mark a period of expansion and diversification.
1959: The company is renamed Wyatt Industries.
1959
1968
1968: Wyatt becomes the Wyatt Division of U.S. Industries, Inc.
1983: Closure of Dallas and Houston fabrication shops; focus shifts to field erection and service operation.
1983
1984
1984: Wyatt Field Service Company is chartered as a merit shop contractor and begins operations.
1985: Wyatt becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nooter Corporation.
1985
2003
2003: Formation of 榴莲app官方下载, a 100% employee-owned holding company, enhancing Wyatt's success.
2023: Launch of WYATT EPC, specializing in Engineering, Procurement, and Construction services for the oil, gas, petrochemical, and renewable energy industries.
2023