Braeburn Steel History

Located northeast of Pittsburgh along the banks of the Allegheny River, Braeburn offers processing capabilities for a complete range of metal alloys, including titanium, refractory metals, high-nickel alloys, and stainless, tool steel, carbon steel, and alloy steels. Braeburn has been particularly successful in processing difficult-to-work materials such as high-nickel or cobalt alloys and titanium.

Braeburn Alloy Steel was founded in 1897 and has been owned by CCX for nearly a half century. Originally a fully integrated manufacturer and distributor of specialty steel bars, Braeburn now operates as a specialist in metal conversion.

The experience and quality level of our people, coupled with our enhanced forging press, hand rolling mills, and new 60-inch Amada saw, allows us to work with virtually any metal alloy in the marketplace today.

There's no secret to making a success of converting raw metal into specialty stock, it's simply a matter of applying a precise combination of hard work, expertise, facilities, and unflagging dedication to the quality and service our customers need to meet their business goals.