Our crew at Amaral Custom Fabrications are some of the best fabricators in the world, but that’s not what keeps customers returning to us. The attribute we possess which keeps our customers loyal to us is our ability to create a personable relationship that extends outside the workplace. Each new client we have the privilege of working with allows us the opportunity to create a bond that lasts a lifetime.
Amaral Custom Fabrications has worked alongside famous American sculptors Claes Oldenberg, and his late wife Cooje van Bruggen on multiple occasions. We aided the couple with any fabrication, restoration, and installation needs they requested of us, and they have a lot of positive feedback about our work:
“Paul Amaral has played an integral role in the fabrication of our large-scale sculptures, notably the Spoonbridge and Cherry for the sculpture garden of the Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, and the Shuttlecocks for the grounds of the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. We have found him to be versatile, ingenious, dependable and responsive to the most exacting requirements. We recommend him highly.”
The type of connections we developed with Oldenberg and van Bruggen are the relationships we intend to form with all of our customers. Creating exquisite art is what we are known for, but building lasting relationships is what we pride our company on. It’s up to you to help us build something we can all remember.