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From floats to theater props to speaker arrays to amusement queuing stations and more, Providence has designed and will continue to collaborate with the artisan world to meet their structural needs.
The scope of structural design needs within the world of entertainment is as varied as they come. Providence has designed everything from speaker array supports used in the largest stadiums in the country, to parade floats enjoyed in theme parks to queuing platforms adjacent to roller coasters. We love these types of projects at Providence as they allow us the opportunity to really flex our structural design muscles as we come up with creative solutions to challenges that likely don’t show up in any college textbook. Always ready to answer the call to a new design challenge, Providence is ready to truly engineer a solution for your next entertainment project.
"The relationship between our two companies started many years ago, but we seldom highlight the reasons that we work so well together. So I would like to share a few comments that describe the relationship and why we enjoy working with your firm. Your company has a commitment to providing quality service with a friendly approach, so many other firms fall short in this area. Over the years you have demonstrated a high level of expertise by understanding our project needs and working through difficult details to provide the right design and solution. The way that your team works together provides premium customer service to our company. Thank you for this wonderful and valuable relationship built on trust and honesty, Alexander Building Construction Co. is looking forward to future opportunities that we can work together on."
Stephen A. Wilt
Harrisburg, Alexander Building Construction Co.