EMERGE Community Development, our parent organization, wanted to spice up the annual awards given out to staff and partners. We met with leadership, designed & sketched an idea for showstopping pieces, and fabricated these awards out of stainless steel and acrylic.
Some of our customers need custom fabricated props to display their work. This customer commissioned a tank fabricated from stainless steel to display their work in collecting data from big-time plants.
Exhibit Partners commissioned us to build a metal wall divider and metal fabric display racks for HOM Store’s lobby. The divider and display racks are powder-coated steel. Exhibit Partners approached us with a concept, and we provided feedback and vision from a manufacturing point of view in order to fabricate.
A woman showed up at our door with a benchmarking picture and a sketch asking us if we could help her make something to support her marble bar top. We fabricated a stainless steel tube structure to support the marble.
Beth wanted something unique while doing a kitchen renovation, so she came to us for a custom hood and wall coverings above their backsplash. These pieces were fabricated from 16 gauge hot rolled steel. Beth and her husband, Jon completed the installation themselves and added an old blacksmith recipe for the finish.
Spruce is a salon in Minneapolis; the owner wanted custom decor with a theme. She told us the theme was “woods”, and we came up with a specific concept, then plasma cut an image into steel for the doors of the salon and a sign to match.
The bakery wanted a new look. For the customer-facing side of the project, we built blackened steel wall coverings with welded, fastened steel shelves, and a blackened steel countertop to match. For the kitchen, we built the light fixture trim work, shelves fastened to the ceiling, wall coverings, countertops, and even the cove base along the walls touching the floor. All were fabricated from stainless steel.