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  • Hudson River Park Project
    Hudson River Park Project

    Hudson River Park Overview This massive project with the Hudson River Park spanned nearly a decade, and includes over 7 miles of custom stainless steel railings. In addition, Hudson Benches, created and named specifically for the project, and Urban Renaissance Litter &; Recycling Receptacles line the waterfront throughout the park.Custom Stainless Steel railing system at the Hudson River Park,Hudson Benches shown in 6 foot, surface-mount configuration at the Hudson River Park,New York.

  • Reliant Park  Project
    Reliant Park Project

    Reliant Park Overview Reliant Park, home of Reliant Stadium in Houston, reaffirms the Texas adage that bigger is better. The park, which features the world's first retractable roof, air conditioned, natural grass football stadium, covers 350 acres of land, including one of the world’s largest parking lots. Managing waste at such a large facility is surely a challenge, but less so because of Forms+Surfaces tough Dispatch Litter &; Recycling Receptacles. These hard-working, low maintenance receptacles, branded for both Waste Management and Reliant Park, are an ideal fit for this big job. Dispatch Litter &; Recycling Receptacle shown in 45 gallon, single-stream configuration with Aluminum Texture powdercoated lid and Slate Texture powdercoated body at Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

  • Capitol Bike Rack Project
    Capitol Bike Rack Project

    Capitol Bike Rack Overview The Clearwater Development in Oak Brook, IL, is a mixed use project being developed by The John Buck Company. It includes a 50,000 sq. ft. LA Fitness, 90,000 sq. ft. of retail, ample parking, and beautiful, park-like grounds. Congress bike rack project, cast aluminum frame, aluminum powder.

  • San Bernardino International Airport projects
    San Bernardino International Airport projects

    San Bernardino International Airport Overview The San Bernardino International Airport is a public airport less than two miles from the city center of San Bernardino, CA. The new airport, which was largely completed in 2011, was built as part of a Regional Transportation Plan. The plan estimates that the airport will have 9.4 million passengers and 1,290,000 tons of air cargo by 2035 with improved ground access provided, in part, by high-speed rail.

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