Since we moved from concept to execution at the end of 2015, we have machined and finished hundreds of components for this project, which has involved producing 40 historically-accurate reproduction composite Corinthian capitals for the Dome Room of the Rotunda at the University of Virginia. After a year-long design and planning phase beginning at the end of 2014, we moved into the machining phase in the fall of 2015.
We are also excited to have hired four new employees in the fall! We couldn't be doing what we are doing without Clark, Trey, Kaytee and Aidan working so hard every day. The organization and skills they are bringing to the project have been crucial to its success, and they are great team players.
We have recently completed 10 complete capitals, and are on track to deliver the entire package in time for UVA's graduation in the spring of 2016. Click through the gallery to see more about our work.