Moose feet set in ‘crete

A decorative concrete pad forms the base of Metal Forms Corp.’s “Moose Park,” created as part of the company’s efforts to beautify its surroundings and celebrate its 95th anniversary. The company’s flexible Poly Meta Forms were used to mold the continuous curves of the pad. The reusable polyethylene forms are strong, lighter than wood, easy to stake accurately, and suitable for straight or radius applications. The park, an enclosed landscaped area adjacent to the Metal Forms plant in Milwaukee, Wis., is home to two large moose sculptures that stand more than six feet high and weigh nearly 1,000 pounds each.

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