Themed projects are easier to build in-house
Even when the tree weighs four tons...
By Dan Sawatzky
Posted on Thursday, April 20th, 2017
For many years we built the bulk of our projects on site. Most theme park projects are large, and being built primarily of steel and concrete, they are also very heavy. This meant many days on the road, far from home.
But in the last decade, and since we built our shop, we have ﬁgured out how to do these same projects in the comfort of our shop. Building strong, welded steel armatures with built-in lift points makes it possible. The addition of a MultiCam plasma cutter last year streamlined the process. Coupled with our CNC router, it furthered our capabilities.
Our niche market is the theme park industry. This market allows us to pull out all of the stops creatively. The larger scale of projects and signs (along with similar budgets) means there are few limits to what is possible.