The Alberta project is in full production mode. The plant is churning out completed models, molds and finished units daily to keep up with production demands. The 5 axis router continues to produce approximately 8 models a day. Plaster models are test fitted before molding to ensure adjacent pieces line up correct.
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The 5 axis router is now fully enclosed to prevent any flying debris from entering the mold shop work space. The curtains are specially designed to prevent any flying objects from escaping the working envelope of the machine. They are strong enough to even stop bullets! Check out this video clip of our 5 […]
Check out this short teaser from filmmaker Peter McGennis, who is working on a film about Boston Valley Terra Cotta and the amazing restoration work we are doing on Dorothy.
In an effort to document the unique work performed by Boston Valley Terra Cotta, filmmaker Peter McGennis traveled to New York City to capture one of the original “Dorothy” structures that is still in tact on the building located at 150 Nassau. As visible in the photos below the structure has been strapped back to […]
Working together, Boston Valley Terra Cotta and Michael Chen Architecture, designed the custom shape for the extrusion.
Boston Valley ARCH Design Lab is currently producing the terra cotta roof tiles for Canada’s 100-year old Alberta Legislature Dome. Read more in the Alberta Construction Magazine (expired link) to find details on the 3-D BIM technology used to recreate the 54-meter high dome.