Rosie Box

Built for Hello Bully! auction to subsidize their Pit-bull rescue efforts. This box, with insert lid, houses a commemorative METAL t-shirt depicting our own shop mascot “Rosie” the Pit-Bull. Box is finished in a hammer textured powder-coat and distressed calcium based patina with blacksmith accent carry handles.

Mel the T-Rex

Fabricated from ½ inch A36 plate stock, this T-Rex sculpture imbues similar construction characteristics as the micro scale museum gift shop models, except in XL form. Commissioned for a customer’s 60th birthday gift, bone white powder coat with zinc based epoxy prime protect this beast from the elements for many years to come.

Meadowlark Sign

The corporate entrance sign for Meadowlark Builders; I-beam main with ½” plate floating center logo. Distressed chocolate brown patina finish accented by ivory powder coat center plate.


Rolled structural steel tubing support stainless spheres mosaicked in glass reminiscent of marigold flora. Pittsfield Township commissioned this site-specific sculpture as a centerpiece for the frontage gardens at the town hall.

Linear Railings

Using rectangular tube steel for main horizontal members, these railings utilize existing architectural proportions to provide fall protection on the upper balconies of a 4800 sq. ft. mountain retreat in the Tetons.

Hot Tub Cover

Tracked outdoor hot tub cover for mountain top chalet. Manually operated retractable inner soft cover. Stainless steel and aluminum constructed framework glides on extruded aluminum track system with 4-way stainless steel roller bearing trolley assemblies.

Great Room Fireplace

10G formed sheet construction with sliding firebox screen and cover door provide the homeowner with the ability to cover wood cubby, firebox, or flat screen television depending on use. Blind joinery and minimalist form promote the feeling of space in the great room while the textured black sparkle finish of the assembly compliments surrounding stonework.

Flower Xylophone

These flower xylophones consist of four 3-D flower forms constructed of fabricated steel powder coated in colorful hues. Designed for the Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum at the University of Michigan, these musical flowers are one of five interactive components proposed to increase children’s exposure to the idea of playing with sound early in their development.


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