When bo-mar was approached by Purdue University with just a rendering and architectural drawing for the interior of its Purdue Polytechnics building at Anderson, details for actually building the desired crane-inspired lighting feature hadn’t yet been considered.

Without direction beyond an initial concept rendering, the designers and engineers at bo-mar took the idea to the next level and conceived a way to make the feature buildable. The experts at bo-mar made material recommendations, engineered a system for suspending the 1,350-pound feature, and suggested its powder-coating finish.

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Bo-mar exceeded my expectations “This project has gone even better than expected. I was very concerned from the outset about the ceiling modules and the risk (dollars) involved. As we moved thru the process ….. bo-mar exceeded my expectations and the concern quickly faded. The coordination between bo-mar and Lithonia for delivery to site has […]

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