the form to the function
Our process and culture is simple: work closely with the specifier on the details,
bid the project per plans and specs; and include in our bid, add figures for the typical eventualities which may occur. We do not want any of our clients to have unpleasant surprises.
Share your vision with us, and we’ll help you build it.
News related to our process...
Our recent Terrazzo project
Well, it's actually in a terrazzo floor. Steward-Mellon recently completed a terrazzo floor for the Lemon Bay High School gym entrance lobby. The imagery consists of the school mascot, a stylized manta ray. The original artwork was replicated on CAD by our Chief Estimator/Project Manager, Kevin Gregorich. The design had color bleeds, a difficult effect to achieve in terrazzo. During our sample submittal process, we provided mock ups of the bleeds in the approved colors. Certain parts of the terrazzo were precast and waterjet cut to be placed in the field. Other areas were cast in place, including the color bleeds. Many thanks to read more »
Art in Public Places in the Texas Panhandle
Jim Hirschfield is a very busy man. He is Professor and chair of the Intellectual Life Committee at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also a prolific creator of site-specific public art, as well as more museum oriented installations. We have enjoyed working with Jim on several projects over the years, including the City of Tampa’s Trolley Stops, and we were very excited when he approached us for some granite benches. The design…
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