Mother’s Milk Bank is a non-profit organization that saves babies lives by providing prescribed, pasteurized donor human milk to hospitals and neonatal intensive care units. We were asked to install a metal donation wall to showcase their donors. Since the maximum sheet size for this particular metal is 4′ x 10′, we had to piece two sheets together. Also, this type of metal is paint ready if desired, but if left raw, visible scratches are inevitable.
If you would like to donate or get involved, please visit https://www.milkbank.org
Working in collaboration with our customer, functionality and design came together in this project. This 3’ x 3’ gate was built using 1” square tubing and left raw. Custom latch, receivers, and hinge pins were required for added durability.
If you have a gate or fence that is need of repair, or if you need a whole new gate, give us a call at 512.358.6869.
If you’ve eaten at Pinthouse Pizza, what you wouldn’t notice are these. But although the things we build might go unnoticed, they are still worth mentioning if only to show the variety of work we do. This black 2×2 angle was used in “bookend fashion” to bolt a pony or divider wall to the floor for added stability and strength.
This project was handcrafted using angle iron, flat bar, and poplar. It was built specifically for the space with final cuts and fittings made onsite during installation. Paint was used on the metal to compliment the homeowners’ current décor. A natural stain finish highlights the beauty of the poplar while softening the dark metal frame.
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