Top Value Fabrics’mesh banner media has been selected for use in a prominentproject for the United States Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C.
The 8 oz. MESH 1000 Denier Double Sided Banner mediahas beeninstalled as a building wrap for the Supreme Court Building while a
comprehensive restoration is completed to the façade. The media was printed with a full-scale image of the building’s exterior and the installation
was completed over scaffolding to provide the restoration crew withthe needed functionality and ease of access for the duration of the project.
“The United States Supreme Court mesh installation allows this iconic building to remain recognizable throughout the restoration for tourists and local
residents alike,” explained Chris Fredericks, President of Top Value Fabrics. “As a company, Top Value Fabrics and our partners are proud to play a
small part in the renovation of this National Historic Landmark.”
Renovations to the 77-year-old building include a detailed cleaning of the façade, replacement of mortar and sealants, and a conservation treatment.
The work is ongoingand as restoration is completed, the scaffolding will be removed.
The Top Value Fabrics media was chosen for this project after an extensive selection process. The media was printed by Joseph Merritt & Company
(Merritt Graphics) of Hartford, Connecticut.
This 8 oz. MESH 1000 Denier Double Sided Banner media is specifically engineered to be printed on UV, Solvent, Latex or Screen printers. In
addition to building wraps, the versatilebanner media is used for stadium wraps, event banners and murals.