MARCOZA Castings Refinishes Bronze Plaques from 1965 for Fort Worth Botanic Garden useful content.
MARCOZA Castings refinishes bronze plaques that were originally procured elsewhere in the 1950′s, but never installed due to typographical errors. While craftsmen from MARCOZA Castings refinishes bronze plaques, Acme Brick donated materials for a new decorative wall. Greg Smith, Triple M Construction, installed the wall giving a fresh new accent to the south entrance. In addition, decorative lanterns from the old Montgomery Ward Building now provide elegant lighting accent to refurbished entrance. Once again the community comes together to preserve a piece of the iconic history of Fort Worth for future generations.
Community Recognition—–Local Businesses Give Back
Bob Byers, Director of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden was quoted as saying, “Thank you all for your support of the restoration at the historic South Gate of the Botanic Garden. We truly appreciate your efforts in assuring that one of the Garden’s great architectural signatures will continue to grace the city far into the future.” A special slide presentation of this dedication was presented by Council Member Dennis Shingleton at the September 1, 2015 City Council meeting and was very well received. Richard Zavala, Director of Parks & Community Services for the City of Fort Worth also commented, “Their collective commitment and contributions to this very special and historic landmark has renewed a legacy gift for our citizens for the ages.”
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MARCOZA Castings is proud to help support and preserve the history of our great cities, states and country. For a free consultation about your bronze plaque, historical markers or other architectural castings, please email Owen Daniel at email@example.com, call 800-678-4848, or visit our website www.marcozacastings.com
L to R: Council Member Dennis Shingleton; Bob Adams, Architect/Designer; Mark Burden, Manager Acme Brick; Owen Daniel, MARCOZA Castings; Richard Zavala, Director Parks & Community Services; Steve Huddleston, Senior Horticulturist Fort Worth Botanic Garden.