OUR AWARDS

Our Awards

What we are most proud of

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Top Job 2019 - Gold

Category: Restoration

Six bronze cathedral doors, splashed every winter by busy traffic on heavily salted streets. We removed them from site and brought them to our shop: they were H E A V Y.

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Top Job 2019 - Gold

Category: Art Sculpture

Copper and Steel Woven Wall: No visible fasteners. Woven onsite in a recessed alcove.

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Top Job 2017 - Gold

Category: Restoration

After 62 years of use and 42 years of abandonment, we were hired to restore the dignity and grace of twin, brass-plated, cast iron staircases.

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Top Job 2016 – Silver

Category: Unusual Ornamental Fabrication

With the push of a button, the bottom two tiers rise to reveal...

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Top Job 2016 – Bronze

Category: Art/Sculpture

This sculpture resembles a kelp bed as seen from below; organic shapes with glass “bubbles” and bits of flotsam, suspended placidly overhead.

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Top Job 2015 – Bronze

Category: Stairs Complete - Commercial

This monumental stair was inspired by horse racing: it features guard rails like those at a track and panels with jockey numbers.

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Top Job 2015 – Bronze

Category: Exterior Railings & Fences - Forged

A landscape architect might dream for years of creating this project, without ever finding the right client to appreciate it.

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Top Job 2004 – Gold

Category: Unusual Ornamental Fabrication

We started with only a grainy photo as the basis to recreate these 6’ tall electroliers, designed by Louis Sullivan.

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Top Job 2004 – Gold & Mitch Heitler Award for Excellence

Category: Stairs Complete - Residential

With a nature scene at every landing, this stairway takes you from the seas to the stars.

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Top Job 2004 – Gold

Category: Restoration

The Wisconsin State Capitol building is awe-inspiring from one end to the other, and you can’t go through it without touching some of our handiwork.

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Top Job 2003 – Gold

Category: Furniture & Accessories

In the Wisconsin State Capitol’s Assembly Chamber all the desks are anchored to the floor. So, did you ever think about how they change the bulbs that encircle the skylight?

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