Tempe Town Lakes 1st Hotel

Magnum is excited that we had the amazing opportunity to work on this project! #tempetownlake #metalwork Click Here for Article   FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr

Valley Metro Light Rail

Valley Metro light Rail – in Phoenix expands down 19th Avenue to the “Trees” at Glendale and 19th Avenue were designed by Merge Conceptual Design out of Santa Monica California. The trees are created from water jet cut plates spiralled…

Miller Plaza

Scottsdale Arizona’s Miller Plaza is coming along nicely with these decorative ribs of oxidized steel. FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr

Magnum Residential

We had the wonderful opportunity to do some custom work on this fabulos home in Paradise Valley! Not on the market for a whopping 35 Million! Magnum made the custom curved stair rails shown in pictures #2 and #11. Photos Here…  …

Completed Shot of “Shadow Play”

The Roosevelt Row canopies – We want to thank the artist/architect – Meejin Yoon at Howler + Yoon for the great design , also want to thank our project manager Elizabeth Grajales with the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture…

New pics from RoRo

A couple great shots from our downtown Phoenix canopy job with Howeler+Yoon and the great people from the City of Phoenix. FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr

Roosevelt Row

We had a wonderful opportunity to work with Höweler + Yoon Architecture on the new Roosevelt Row shade structures. www.hyarchitecture.com www.downtowndevil.com FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr

Impulsion: Illuminated

Impulsion is a sculpture made of straight, brushed stainless steel tubing. This piece was designed by artist Jeff Zischke and fabricated by Magnum Companies. The piece measures: over 23′ tall 40′ long and 11′ wide. Commissioned by Scottsdale Public Art for…

Palo Verde Tree

Palo Verde Tree Sculpture. Location; Hardy and 13th street. Center Median. FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr

Parklet

We had a great time working on this wonderful project in front of Matt’s Big Breakfast. Read More Here… FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+emailTumblr