We work closely with architects, designers, and Landscape Design Firms to enrich the beauty of your civic space. We design and manufacture custom granite components for your surroundings including civic monuments, historical walking paths, community signs, wall murals, and outdoor signage.
A civic monument is built to memorialize a group, and effort or to remember important events of historical significance. The United States has been the scene of many civic events that have shaped its history and made this nation what it is today. The best example is Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on August 28, 1963, which brought together more than 200,000 people. This event was the catalyst for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Acts of 1965. It is but one example.
Hundreds of stories like this one (not with the same amplitude), have allowed us to create memories of events for towns, villages, and major cities. The creation of civic memorial monuments allows thousands of people to remember history, people, and events throughout the years.
We only use granite of the utmost quality, ensuring superior results. Our craftsmanship breathes life into laser engraved Granite of every shape and size imaginable. Using our highly-defined techniques, even the minutest of details from the original artworks is transferred onto the stone, resulting in an incredible, innovative, and exquisite product.
Transform your urban landscape with Picture This On Granite’s civic monuments and application ideas. They can be a wonderful addition to a memorial park or veteran park. Civic monuments can also take the form of granite plaques and granite benches.
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Our Mission is to design and build turnkey memorials that are worthy of the heroes they honor.