The Chinese Gospel Church in Manchester, Missouri worked with Lauer Construction of St. Charles to oversee the expansion and upgrading of their facility in 2011. A key part of the visual esthetic of the new space’s interior was a unique concept for a large aluminum cross that would appear to be floating on air when illuminated. The architect on the project has created the vision with input from Church leaders, and Lauer Construction was asked to recommend a company who could make and install the cross. Tim Leonard, the Project Manager from Lauer Construction, was insistent about having Foreman Fabricators take on the job. In addition to making the cross itself, the mounting systems would need to be capably designed and installed so they were both strong and as “invisible” as possible. Mr. Leonard has worked with Foreman on a number of projects over the years, so he knew they were the right subcontractor to work with the client to translate their vision into a top quality finished product. When asked if he could provide competitive bids from other fabricators for this project, Mr. Leonard said that although another vendor might be able to do it, “I do not want to try a different fabricator for this.” Foreman was the one vendor he trusted to do the job right.