Here is some information about and a small sample of the kind of work we are doing.

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Richmond Times Dispatch recently published an article about some of the work Chase Architectural Metal is doing.


The reporter focused on several very complex projects we have recently completed, but we also do many other things: custom fences, gates, railings, monumental stairs, pergolas, furniture, metal signs, elevator headers, specialty lighting, and much more
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No job is too small, large, simple, or complex. If you should need anything in our line of work, just call.

Restoration of Carillon arch
Sunscreen (pergola) at Capital One
West Creek, Richmond
President James Monroe tomb enclosure
President James Monroe tomb enclosure
Gate for large estate
This modern house sits high on a bluff overlooking the James River. We are increasingly performing
a variety of metalwork for this and other high-end modern and traditional houses
Porch railings for private residence
Repairing and refurbishing of bronze sculpture for College of William and Mary
Pergola at Woodberry Forest
Pergola constructed of fiberglass and aluminum for durability
Cleaning sculpture
Cleaning sculpture
Gate at rear of private residence, Richmond
Gate at rear of private residence,
Monument Ave, Richmond VA
Gate for large estate
Gate for large estate
Stair railings for apartment complex
Stair railings for apartment complex
Porch railings for private residence
Porch railings for private residence
Gate for large estate
VMFA pomodoro - sculpture restoration and fabrication of new base
Stair railings for apartment complex
Fabricated and installed interactive displays for Boy Scouts at West Va. welcome center
Gate for large estate
Stands for interactive computers – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Stair railings for apartment complex
Stainless steel/glass top for reception desk – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Porch railings for private residence
Gate for driveway to building
Gate for large estate
Fabricated mounting armature and installed sculpture at VMFA
Stair railings for apartment complex
Display wheels for yacht club
Porch railings for private residence
500-gallon stainless steel distillery mash vats
Gate for large estate
Company logo and signage for the Phoenix
Stair railings for apartment complex
Fabricated bases for a number of Terracotta warriors located around Richmond – for VMFA
Porch railings for private residence
Stainless steel/glass info kiosk – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Gate for large estate
Bronze sconce during fabrication
Stair railings for apartment complex
Pantry screen for McGuireWoods
Porch railings for private residence

Railings for Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Railings at VMFA
Railings at VMFA
Chairs built for lucky stone design showrooms
Bar chairs for Luck Stone design showrooms
Restoration of Carillon arch
Monroe Canopy
Canopy in process for President James Monroe tomb enclosure (Hollywood Cemetery)
Door for wine cellar
In-process door for wine cellar in
private residence
Millwork Project Wheels
VMFA trellis
Copper still
Tidewater Community College stairs and railings
sign fabrication
Sign fabricated and affixed to building
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Fabrication of mounting armature for Jaume Plensa's Chloe sculpture
In-process restoration of bronze sculpture
Fabrication of mounting armature for Jaume Plensa's Chloe sculpture
Mounting armature fabricated for Jaume
Plensa's "Chloe" scuplture
Chloe Scuplture at VMFA
"Chloe" by Spanish artist, Jaume Plensa,
at the VMFA
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Fabricated railing designed by an architect for
his pool
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Railings for roof-top patios
sign fabrication
Monumental stairs at UVA
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Copper still for Virginia Dept. of Alcoholic Beverages
Fabrication of exterior metal decorative wall
Restoration of ornate gate and fence at
Valentine Museum


Thanks to Andrew Baxter for his remarks about our work in the Richmond Times Dispatch.

Fine arts consultant and conservator, Andrew Baxter, stated that he “sought out Chase’s expertise when he was consulting for the U. S. Dept. of Interior on the restoration of President James Monroe’s tomb enclosure in Hollywood Cemetery. The tomb enclosure is on the National Register of Historic Places. This project was huge, and I trusted Chase to do this properly. They did meticulous work. They handled it like an art object and did everything very skillfully.”