Our very first parade float which we built back in 2006 for the
community of Whitefish, Montana won 3rd place in the Calgary
Stampede in 2010. The town was very impressed with their first
time entrance into the Stampede which they WON.
With the need for artist to do reductions of their original pieces
of artwork, our company purchased a Rapid Prototyping machine.
This additive manufacturing machines reads in data from a CAD
drawing and lays down successive layers and builds up the model from
a series of cross sections. These layers are joined together
or fused automatically to create the final shape.
Our point-up company teamed up with a foundry in the US to produce a
monumental size bull. A replica of the “Wall Street Bull” by
artist Arturo Di Modica this 10 ft. tall and 18 ft. long bull was
produced and delivered to Shanghai, China.
Our company finished a sculpture worthy of being noted. From
our location we produced a 72 ft. tall mother Brachiosaurus with her
25 ft. baby for an artist who was commissioned by the “The
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis”. It is the world’s largest
dinosaur of its kind and was build in Canada. We are very
proud of this accomplishment and you can take a look at it via the
museum’s website at:
We moved into our new facility which of 4,000 sq. ft. is used for
offices, display room and storage space; the other 10,000 sq. ft is
used for production of the projects we work on. This main
production area includes spray/paint booth, docking facilities,
steel fabrication area, packaging area and our main production and
milling area; which houses our 3 CNC milling machines and other
Where introduced to the art industry for doing enlargements (foam
point-ups) for the process of building bronze sculptures.
Kevin and Heather Galloway started the family business to provide
North America a new venue for products and services in the realm of
3-D larger-than-life foam props, signage, parade floats and more.