The Artillery Throne
The Artillery Throne is the perfect example of a "napkin project". One of our favorite customers, Doug. the owner of Two Monkey Trading LLC, came to us with the idea of making a throne similar to the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones, but out of Vietnam era artillery shells. A rough sketch was drawn, and then we went crazy on CAD. The throne took three months and dozens of hours to bring from sketch to completion. It was used as a promotional piece at Shot Show 2016, where it was a hit.
City of Maitland Archway
These archways were built for the city of Maitland, Florida and can be seen just off Horatio. Believe it or not, these archways weigh nearly 10,000 pounds each, as the steel used to form the archway was 5/8" thick!
Sea World Handrails
We built these handrails for Sea World Orlando as a small part of a larger renovation project completed by one of our general contractor clients. We were very excited and proud to be able to install our work at SW Orlando.
Caterpillar Tongue Repair
This Caterpillar excavator tongue was ripped wide open during a demolition operation. We showed up the next morning and worked all day in order to get our customer's operation back online. Check out the next picture to see the results!
This is a small mezzanine we built for one of our general contractor clients. We had an absolute blast putting this one together as the job site presented some unique challenges that really made us think!
This is an old project from when Charles was still in school learning to weld. We don't get the opportunity to build much furniture, but we absolutely love it when we do! Bring us your designs or ideas, and let's make something creative!
This is a custom 304 stainless steel manifold designed and built for one of our customers for his heavy duty air compressor.
This small staircase was built to permanently replace a rotting wooden staircase that allowed access to large diesel storage tanks.
This small custom gate was built for a customer to prevent her small child from accidentally falling down the stairs in her home. We matched the current handrail in her home and provided a sturdy and aesthetically pleasingway to keep her child safe.
Modular Aluminum Staircase
This project is the perfect example of our ability to offer creative and effective solutions to customers' problems. Our customer's problem: the current staircase and platform in their boiler room made it extremely difficult for plumbers to service the pumps located beneath it. We designed this staircase and handrail to be completely modular, so plumbers and maintenance men can remove the platform and put it back together whenever maintenance needs to be performed.
Modular Aluminum Staircase
This picture shows the final installation of the staircase from the previous slide.
*This project is the perfect example of our ability to offer creative and effective solutions to customers' problems. Our customer's problem: the current staircase and platform in their boiler room made it extremely difficult for plumbers to service the pumps located beneath it. We designed this staircase and handrail to be completely modular, so plumbers and maintenance men can remove the platform and put it back together whenever maintenance needs to be performed.*
TV Mounting Unit Saddle Up Bar
This structure is a custom TV mounting solution designed for Saddle Up All-American Bar. Our custom fabricated TV mounts enable Saddle Up to mount over-sized televisions above the bar.
Jeremiah's Italian Ice-Maitland
We built the stainless steel shelves and brackets that can be seen outside Jeremiah's Italian Ice in Maitland, Florida.
Handrail-Red Mug Diner
We designed and built this simple handrail for Red Mug Diner in downtown Orlando. The customer needed a handrail system that was aesthetically pleasing, provided adequate crowd control and was modular to allow for installation and removal as needed.
Salt Water Fish Tank Stand
This project was completely custom-built. The customer came to us requesting a mild steel frame for his new salt water aquarium weighing well over 5000 pounds. After discussing his options, we decided that the best course of action was to tig weld a frame out of 304 stainless steel for both strength and corrosion resistance.
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