As NatureMaker is headquartered in Carlsbad, California, we are proud to see our projects installed throughout our home state. Many of NatureMaker’s projects are on display in a wide variety of venues ranging from international airports to public libraries to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. To gear up for our attendance at Build Expo LA, NatureMaker would like to highlight some of our steel art tree projects located in California.
San Diego Airport Terminal 2 Expansion (Opening April 2013)
Six (6) Palm Trees, 30 feet tall
Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Five (5) Giant Sequoia Trees, 25 feet tall
Riverside County Library, Marcy Branch
One (1) “Puppet” Tree, 11 feet tall
Los Angeles Zoo, Facnois’ Langurs Exhibit
Five (5) Pine Trees, 20-28 feet tall
Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
Two (2) Oak Trees, 10 feet tall
Kaiser Permanente, Anaheim
One (1) Bamboo “Grove,” 24 feet tall
On April 4th and 5th, NatureMaker will travel to the heart of Southern California for Build Expo Los Angeles at the Anaheim Convention Center. Build Expo LA is considered the year’s top building and construction event as it brings together the finest industry experts in commercial development. Build Expo LA has produced building and construction events for over thirty years, specializing in construction and facility management. Click here for more information and free admission to Build Expo LA.