Iron Mountain Designs began with our steel fabrication shop, specializing in custom cladding and patina finishes that led us to our iconic American flags. It quickly grew into the millwork and steel design company we are today. 

We produce high-end fixtures, furniture, and equipment using nearly any material. From fine hardwoods to steel and finally, to custom finishes and complex millworks, IMD has the capability to bring complex designs from concept to reality. Our dedicated CAD / CAM department will work closely with your designers to produce an end product that is structurally sound while remaining faithful to its initial vision.

Our three CNC tables (router, laser, and plasma) allow us to rapidly and precisely fabricate components while our capable carpenters and steelworkers hand-build products to completion. IMD’s 4,000 sq. ft. steel shop and 4,500 sq. ft. of wood and millwork space allow us to fabricate large products with ease and quantity. We pride ourselves on creating solutions from rendering to installation that bring your designs to life.

At IMD, we specialize in artwork and furniture that will become an exceptional focal point in your home or business.  Each Iron Mountain design is unique, numbered, and able to be tailored to your space and personality, creating a work of art that is genuinely your own.

Prior to founding IMD in 2014, Josh Vandenbrink served 14 years in Special Operations.  He served his entire time in the military as an Air Force Pararescueman conducting countless real-world combat and civilian missions. Josh has deployed to combat 21 times over his career between Afghanistan, Iraq, and Africa as a Pararescueman and other government capacities.  He has excelled in his service, but has always looked forward to when he could hang up his spurs and realize his dream of hand-crafting meaningful and beautiful creations.

Josh's lifelong love of working with his hands began at age six with the simple task of holding a flashlight for his Dad while working on the family car.  Since then, he has been doing everything from restoring classic cars, glassing surfboards, building forward-operating bases, and using explosives to bend and make metal artwork.

Josh created Iron Mountain Designs because he believes that producing quality-bespoke items and using local talent that possesses an eye for detail is still very much the American way.