The National Park Service, World War II Memorial
The National Park Service commissioned the design and construction of the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. to honor those who served in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of war. The National Park Service sought the services of APEX to create structural supports that would suit the sculptural dimensions set by the Memorial’s artists and designers. Download and read the case study now.
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This Case Study takes a closer look at our role in designing and constructing the WWII Memorial in Washington D.C., plus features a special note from APEX about this project.
• 8 stainless steel armatures, each made from 38 individual steel components.
• Stainless-steel ribbons that would hold up the 3,500 lb. wreathes.
• All structural and sculptural components were shipped from our shop to the project site.
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