Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade’s 10 Partners have generously contributed their in-kind and financial resources toward the success of the project in 2020.
Thanks to The Canam Group for its invaluable assistance in calculating the various forces at play, fine-tuning the original design, and detailing the Pyramid! See The Pyramid at Specs & Installation.
“We’re pleased to contribute our expertise in laying the foundation for Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade.”
– Marcel Dutil, Chairman of the Board of The Canam Group
For information about the company, please visit The Canam Group
Thanks to Rotarian Doug Fauth at Carriage Hill Custom Cabinets & Millwork for his craftsmanship in recognizing Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade’s participants!
“We’re happy to contribute to Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade’s unique community initiative.”
–Doug Fauth, Founder & Owner of Carriage Hill Custom Cabinets & Millwork
For information about the company, please visit Carriage Hill Custom Cabinets
Thanks to the City of Frederick for the invaluable support from its Parks and Recreation Department, and for the encouraging review process from its Public
“The City of Frederick is happy to support Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade in its mission to add to the vitality and beautification of Downtown Frederick.”
– Bob Smith, Deputy Director of Parks and Recreation
For information about the services, please visit Frederick Park & Recreation
Thanks to Rotarian Jean-Louis Lepage at Custom Imprints for his support in recognizing Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade’s participants!
“Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a creative and unique community project, and we are proud to contribute to it.”
– Jean-Louis Lepage, Owner of Custom Imprints
For information about the company, please visit Custom Imprints
Thanks to EDCO which has fabricated and donated the three Pyramids that are used in 2020. See The Pyramid at Specs & Installation.
“Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a promising and vibrant community initiative, and we’re thrilled to help.”
– Bill Harding, Co-Owner of EDCO
For information about the company, please visit EDCO
Thanks to Rotarian Darrell Guyton at Morgan Keller Construction who has covered the crane costs associated with the installation of the Pyramids and kinetic art sculptures in 2020!
“We feel Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a vital project for Downtown Frederick and we’re proud to participate in making it happen.”
– Darrel Guyton, VP Specialty Contracts at Morgan Keller Construction
For information about the company, please visit Morgan Keller
Thanks to Rotarian Emily Dorr and her team at Postern, namely Kelsey McManimon and Michaella Currie, for their excellent and beyond-the-call-of-duty work in formalizing our logo and designing our website!
“Our team was happy to contribute to the branding phase of Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade and to also lead the creation of its website.”
– Emily Dorr, Owner and Creative Director at Postern
For information about the company, please visit Postern
Thanks to Rotarian Greg Brown at Waynesboro Construction for providing the transportation of our pyramids.
“Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a première community project in Frederick and we are delighted to help.”
–Greg Brown, President of Waynesboro Construction
For information about the company, please visit Waynesboro Construction
Thanks to Rotarian Peter Fitzpatrick at Weaver & Fitzpatrick, PA for his judicious “Pro Bono” legal counsel!
“We’re happy to bring our expertise to bear and support such an exciting community project as Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade.”
– Peter Fitzpatrick, Partner at Weaver & Fitzpatrick, PA
For more information about the firm, please visit Weaver & Fitzpatrick, PA
Thanks to Rotarian Steve Heine at Woodsboro Bank who has covered the development costs of our website!
“We are thrilled to partner with Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade in adding energy, vibrancy, and beauty to Downtown Frederick.”
– Steve Heine, President and CEO of Woosboro Bank
For information about the bank, please visit Woodsboro Bank
“It’s easy to make a buck. It’s a lot tougher to make a difference.”