Steel Railings with Stainless Steel Cable Infill at 4220 Duncan, Cortex Innovation Community, Wexford Science & Tech
The 4220 Duncan building is a part of the Cortex Innovation Community. It has 182,000 square feet of office and lab space, providing an expanded venue for innovation and entrepreneurism for small and large companies seeking to locate in the hub of the St. Louis life science and technology marketplace. Steel railings provide durability for a high traffic area, and a clean, modern look in keeping with the building’s purpose.
For the atrium of 4220 Duncan, Foreman fabricated clear coated steel railings with stainless steel cable infill and brushed stainless steel grab rails. We also supplied the “floating” steel portion of the stairs, the upper part that is cantilevered on the wall.
Foreman accommodated many design changes during the course of the build. It was a challenging project, and we’re proud of the results.
New Custom Made Counters at Cee Kay Welding Supply
Set Your Retail Establishment Apart from the Competition
We work with a lot of contractors and designers, but many other business owners count on Foreman for top quality custom metal fabrication, too. Foreman’s work in retail locations sets a level of quality and distinction that customers notice. An example of a business showcasing our work is the Cee Kay Supply retail location on Manchester.
Countertops can make or break the look and feel of a room. Because countertops are a focus in any room, it’s critical that they’re aesthetically pleasing. Cee Kay needed multiple counters in their store, so they came to Foreman for help. Foreman fabricated the stainless steel countertop, aluminum tread plate, yellow painted steel gas bottles, yellow aluminum backer panels, and black aluminum base trim beneath the counters in their store’s showroom. We also fabricated the stainless steel counters in the rental, repair and hospitality areas. We used bright finish checker plate or diamond plate for the front-facing panels, and for a nice decorative element, gas bottles were cut to fit each corner of the counter. Finally, Cee Kay’s logo was applied to the front section. The “Cee Kay” letters were laser cut in the checkerplate, allowing the yellow material behind to peek through. The result is durable, and reinforces Cee Kay’s product line, image and branding. Custom made counters improve the image of your business, and they improve the customer experience by fitting better in your particular workspace.
Given this example, take a minute to imagine what we could do for your business. Do you have a product or other element of your business that you’d like to incorporate into the design? Would you like your logo cut into the front of the counter, or laser cut out of metal and attached to the front? Would you like to incorporate decorative lighting behind the logo, or under the overhang? Do you have an idea, but you’re not sure if it can be done? Call us.
If you need bartops, countertops, stainless steel drink rails, bar well rails, a simple metal bracket or anything else fabricated from metal, Foreman Fabricators is the metal manufacturer to call. We offer a variety of finishes to give you the look you want and the durability you need. We also do modifications, upgrades and repairs to existing metal items, including counter and lobby areas. We can make a single, one-of-a-kind item or we can make thousands of them.
Missouri History Museum Brushed Stainless Rails
The Missouri History Museum was founded in 1866 and is located in Forest Park. The Museum features many exhibits including interactive activities such as games, listening and video stations and puzzles for the whole family to enjoy. If you’ve been there, you’ve probably put your hand on a Foreman railing. Foreman fabricated the removable brushed stainless steel railings in the MacDermott Grand Hall, the Gaylord Garden Courtyard and the Bernoudy Garden Courtyard.
Removable railings allow flexibility of purpose, and increased crowd capacity in public spaces. Brushed stainless finishes are beautiful and durable enough to withstand the elements, and visitor traffic. The History Museum itself has a uniquely calm and tranquil atmosphere. The courtyards on either side of the front lobby are often sparsely populated, and a nice spot to catch your breath. It’s a cool place to duck into, any time of the year. As you do, just remember that Foreman will always be there to support you – literally.
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