Time Tested

Pressure Treated Industrial Wood Products

In 1972, Hugh Thomasson founded his business on the core principles of hard work, responsiveness, integrity, and innovation. As a result, Thomasson Company has become one of the industry’s most reliable resources for all classes and sizes of wood poles, piling, and crane mats.


Thriving Innovation
Customer needs are our TOP priority

Thomasson Company takes a proactive approach to service by analyzing each customer’s individual needs, staying atop industry trends and standards, and providing the competitive advantages, ongoing innovation and reliable resources necessary to exceed the demands of each and every client.

Thomasson Company is an industry leader and a reliable resource for:

  • cross arms
  • crane mats
  • wooden utility poles
  • douglas fir poles
  • piling
  • railroad ties
  • treated fence posts
  • creosote, acza and cca treated products
  • treated wood cross ties
  • Thomasson Company provides pressure treated utility poles of varying lengths and specifications. Depending on climate specifications, Thomasson provides varying degrees of pressure treatment designed to delay the decaying process and ensure pole longevity.

    Thomasson sells pressure treated utility poles and piling , wood cross ties, railroad ties, fence posts, crane mats, and other wooden products for a variety of applications including piers, docks and other marine construction as well as complex foundation systems and landscaping substructures. Thomasson is a high-quality utility pole manufacturer, supplier and producer - we use Southern Yellow Pine, identified as one of the leading renewable wood resources.

    In The News:

    Thomasson Company Continues Long-Standing Tradition Of Involvement In Key Industry Associations

    August 25, 2011 - Thomasson Company President Brent Gray has been elected Secretary of The Southern Pressure Treaters' Association for 2011-2012. He will move to Vice President for the 2012-2013 term and will be President of the association for the 2013-2014 term. The SPTA was chartered in 1954; its members supply vital wood components for America's infrastructure. Read the full release.