So good, its almost divine…..
A little over two years ago Walttools sent some bags of Tru Pac X out for review by a theming company. This is not out of the ordinary, but always raises some curiosity. The only info we had then was that this involved a large project and the company wanted to be sure that the material would do what they needed. It was a comparison of many vertical mixes, from east coast to west, to be sure it suited their needs. Once the comparative dust settled, the project began with an order of Structure Coat and Tru Pac X. A month later, another order. Then another. Then another. A phone call to see how things were going, and if there was anything else we could do, was met with a simple, “… everything is great, just keep it coming when we need it, we are on a schedule…” Soon thereafter, we learned this was for a project in D.C – A museum, an not just any museum, the Museum of the Bible. Much of this project was being built off site and would eventually make its way further east to be installed in its proper place. The regular check-ins with the company were always met with positive feedback along with the eventual prospect of completion!
Just a couple months back in November, the Museum of the Bible opened to the public. It is a 400,000 plus-square-foot interactive museum that goes into the history and impact of both the Old and New Testaments, and provides a strong visual focus of what happened during the life of Jesus. It is just a few blocks from the U.S Capitol and is one of the largest in D.C. The hundreds upon hundreds of bags of Tru Pac X and Structure Coat are easy to find, cleverly disguised as building stone and rocks. The artistry of decorative vertical concrete is always a favorite and this is no exception.
We at Wattools and Contractor Source appreciate their trust and look forward to their future projects.