School Memorial Benches
Looking for a way to honor a faculty member or student who has passed away? School memorial benches are designed to honor that person’s life and provide a place for remembrance. At Smith Steelworks, we recently designed a memorial bench in remembrance of Larry Paul, who had been a music teacher for three and a half decades. The school and community wanted a way to honor his life and help everyone during this difficult time. Here is a look at how the Larry Paul Memorial Bench was created.
“Walking into the building turning down that long hallway, it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been gone, it’s like you never left.”
School Memorial Bench Features
Unmatched Bench Durability
The memorial bench is cut from a single sheet of metal that is then bent into shape. This method requires fewer welds; yielding a stronger bench with fewer points of weakness.
Powder Coated Finish
Powder coat is applied to the bench and baked at 400 degrees. The finish will be smooth to touch and less likely to have chips, scratches, and scuff marks. Color will also stay true and vibrant, even after prolonged sun exposure.