- For this ecumenical lighting project, bo-mar helped make sketches into reality. The church identified where the fixtures should go and the general dimensions, but they wanted help finding a theme.
- The bo-mar team walked through the church, took lots of pictures, and suggested a design element to pull it all together: the shamrock-like “quatrefoil” shape that was already present in the tile pattern at the church.
- From there, bo-mar figured how to build, mount, and wire the fixtures. For instance, we determined how to do the can light suspended in the center of the light.
- We built everything from small wall sconces to an overhead fixture 12 feet in diameter. Of course, the church does not have a door opening that large, so we thought ahead and built it in four pieces!
Great experience in our product development “I am writing to give some insight into the expertise and capabilities of bo-mar Industries. My brother and I own a metal fabrication operation in Marion, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky and have known Bob Buchanan and his team for many years. We share work back and forth from time […]Ed Wiley Wiley Metal