The Fountain Division of W. P. Law, Inc. was tasked with rebuilding the feature fountain at the Durham Convention Center in Durham, NC. The original fountain was abandoned and turned into a flower bed many years ago and management recently made the decision to recreate the fountain. Because of the dirt/vegetation and maintenance neglect, the fountain was in very bad shape. Our crews rebuilt, rewaterproofed, and restarted the feature to recreate this beautiful cascading fountain.
The Fountain Division of W. P. Law, Inc. reworked an existing fountain at the United Community Bank in Greenville, SC that had never worked properly. After correcting the pumping and piping and then repouring concrete, this feature is now the showpiece that is was intended to be.
The Fountain Division of W. P. Law, Inc, is busy building the newest exhibit at the NC Museum of Life & Science called "Earth Moves." This exhibit will teach children about how water and erosion can change the earth using various water features. This exciting hands-on exhibit should be open late fall 2018. Keep an eye on our construction to see it come to life!
The Fountain Division of W. P. Law, Inc. was contracted to add a fountain to an existing flag pole site at the Allendale Campus of USC Salkehatchie. The new water feature was completed and we feel that it definitely adds a whole new focal point to the grounds at the University.
The Fountain Division of W. P. Law, Inc. was tasked with replacing the fountain mechanics in a copper sculpture at the Strowd Rose Garden in Chapel Hill, NC. This fabulous sculpture is the work of Designer, Ellen E Yaghjian and Fabricator Tim Piazza.