On this page you will find photos and brief descriptions of projects in process at our facility. Because we create so many different kinds of things, and we do them so quickly, it will be a real challenge for us to keep this page up-to-date.
At any one time, throughout our many manufacturing divisions, you may witness activity from the plain and simple to very custom and complex. Here is a sampling of what may be happening right this very minute.
For a description of our facility, the various manufacturing divisions and how we do what we do, refer to our "Services and Facilities" page. Send your comments to us about what you see here through our "Contact Us" page.
Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas|
Rancho Mirage, California
Here we see balcony railings being assembled in our Metal Division. The addition of these railings, a few thousand feet of them, will dramatically change the character of this older property. They will be finished with a gloss black powdercoated enamel finish.
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This is the midway stage in the assembly process of a salad Bar. Fifty-five feet in length, it is a combination of dry storage compartments and refrigerated sections. The "trough" down the center of each leg will cradle a unique and patented chiller system by Kairak Innovations that will cool the salad toppings to an appealing as well as health department approved temperature. See a completed salad bar on our "Completed Projects" page.
These guys are always challenging us! Here we see a shade structure in progress, nearing completion. Radial corrugated sheeting, the "hard way", a unique infrastructure lies within the off-center shape complete with pre-wired lights.
shade structure covers this modified natural gas tank that will ultimately
dispense soft drinks. The ports, ribs, flanges, legs and fittings were
all added by PWI as was the roll-top door and fully insulated stainless
steel inner ice pan for the soft drinks. Large pipes connect this tank
to several others creating an even greater illusion for our client.
This back counter serves as a dessert and beverage station. Dry storage, a three-door refrigerated section, even a custom manufactured freezer section. All under our control, manufactured in concert with our customers' unique needs.
Booths with a twist, a curl, and a swoop! Here you see the framework and the intricate fashion in which the unique wave shape was accomplished. Foam next, then upholstery. What you don't see yet is the six thousand 3/4" square glass mosaic tiles hand applied to the curved outside backs! The base will be set nicely into a curved stainless steel channel to complete the booths.
The Cheesecake Factory
Always a challenge. Cheesecake designers like unusual shapes, curves and compound details. Here a booth island assembly begins to take shape. Uplit glass panels will nest in tailored slots at the center wall. The service station will receive a polished granite top with radial splashes. This is one of a half of dozen similar islands that will fill this restaurant.
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