Construction of the Willett Center Exhibits Begins
Contact: Michael Kusch, 315-336-4448
A fabrication contract has been awarded for building the exhibits for the Marinus Willett Center at Fort Stanwix National Monument. Color-Ad Inc. of Manassas, Virginia will construct the exhibits at their shop in Manassas, Virginia and then ship them to Rome for installation. Established in 1962, Color-Ad began as a small two person sign shop creating all types of hand lettered signs. Over the years the company grew and expanded its in-house capabilities, including, but not limited to, electrical signs in the 1970's, exhibits in the 1980's, digital printing in the 1990's and 3-dimensional topographical maps at the turn of the century.
Did You Know?
Construction of the Erie Canal began near Rome, NY after the first ceremonial shovel full of earth was turned on July 4, 1817. This canal, located only a few miles away from the ruins of Fort Stanwix, would soon overtake the Oneida Carry as New York's prinicple waterway. More...