COMPANY HISTORY TIMELINE
ASAP Industries was founded in 2001 by Timothy Deroche. He opened the company in a
small 2,400 square foot building with only 3 machines, operated by himself, with the help of his two sons.
2003: NEW HQ
In 2003 construction began on a 5,000 square foot shop at 908 Blimp Road – ASAP’s new headquarters.
2004: SHOP 1 EXPANSION
An addition to the original building was constructed in 2004, adding 8,000 square feet. The increased capacity housed CNC and Manual machines.
2006: CERTIFICATIONS AND WELDING SHOP
In 2006, ASAP’s Quality Assurance program qualified for Certificates of Registration for API Q1, 6A, 16A, and ISO 9001:2015. Construction also began on a new 60’ x 140’ building to house ASAP’s welding capabilities, along with additional office space.
2007: REPAIR SHOP EXPANSION
In 2007, the company once again needed more room to meet demand. A 60’ x 280’ addition was constructed to accommodate Large CNC machines. An office addition was also constructed, adding 6,000 square feet of office space.
2011: BOP RECERTIFICATION
A new 15,600 square foot shop, office and breakroom space was constructed in 2011. The additional areas provided the needed space to perform full BOP repair and recertification services.
2019: PERMIAN BASIN
Two expansions began in 2019 and ASAP expanded to the Permian Basin in Texas. A brand new 10,000 square foot shop opened with new manufacturing and repair capabilities. Meanwhile, in Houma, a new 80’ x 160’ building was added to house Quality Control and other machining operations.
2021: PERMIAN EXPANSION
ASAP’s capacity in the Permian Basin was expanded by adding an additional 60’ x 140’ building to our campus. The new building houses welding, pressure testing, and other capabilities.