Sunday, October 10, 2010

Coffee Destoner - Four Barrel Coffee Co











Spankin' New Coffee Destoner Built for FOURBARREL Coffee in San Fransisco CA
Made from 16 Ga Hot Rolled steel.

Useless Bay Coffee Kitchen Extension - Final







            Yet another amazing collaboration with Flat Rock Productions!

Steel Roof Details - Useless Bay Coffee Kitchen Extension






Roof Panels were custom formed from 22 ga Galvanized sheet

Seattle Times - Northwest Magazine By Valerie Easton

"Metal elements add contrast, interest in gardens

Though it may seem like an unlikely mix, metal forms in the garden enhance the colors and shapes of the living things. Plants with metallic-looking foliage can add shimmer and light, too. Among the good choices: Heuchera 'Midas Touch,' 'Cinnabar Silver' or 'Pewter Veil' and Persian shield plant (Strobilanthes dyerianus)." -By Valerie Easton

Thank you Valerie

Steel Letter Project - Whidbey Island Center For The Arts







Photo by Jason Dittmer




Photo by Jason Dittmer
Photo By Todd Eugene
Photo by Jason Dittmer



The "W" is 12 ft long x 8 ft High and is made of almost 5 sheets of 16 ga S/S alone....

Sue Frause recently wrote a very "descriptive" article "Whidbey" Post-Intelligencer. Thank you Sue..
Please Visit WICA's web site for all the latest events.

Commercial Hood System - Useless Bay Coffee





Flat Rock Productions and Heavy Metal Works teamed up again to design, build and Install a new 12 ft hood system in Useless Bay Coffee's Kitchen Remodel. The hood was built entirely of Stainless Steel in 2 - 6ft sections in the shop and assembled on site. All the Duct work was also designed and built in the shop.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Coffee Destoner - Honey Moon Bay Coffee Co.






New Coffee De Stoner made from 16 ga Hot Rolled steel and Stainless steel.

video

This machine is designed to remove any debris left in the roasted beans, small stones and such.

Metal Guard Rail - "Hladky Park"










New Guardrail system made from 3/4" Rod, Galvanized fill and 3/16" steel plate.
Thanks to the City of Langley, Gemkow Construction and the Langley Community Club.