Museum Fabrication Services
Design, Build, Fabrication
It has been said that “Creative minds think alike” and nowhere is that statement more accurate than at Blue Skies Global. We are proud to be working with 5 of the most talented artist in the Museum Exhibit & Display Industry today.
We offer full design, fabrication and installation of both interactive and static displays. Our 60,000 sq. ft. production facility allows us to effectively handle both small and large projects.
The work of our creationist can be found in many prominent museums around the world including the 911 History Museum, Jewish Children’s Museum, The Smithsonian Institution, Ferrari Theme Park and many more.
Our Artists Include:
Marookeh Nahikian – Engineer/Designer
Specializing in custom millwork design, engineering, and fabrication for transportation, hospitality, sporting venues, museum exhibit displays. Conceptual renderings, appearance drawings, detailed production drawings for several manufacturing facilities and design firms around the world. 3D & full scale prototyping & play testing.
Martin Roznowski – Creative Scenic Display Specialist
Experience in museum dioramas, environments and exhibits. Onsite installation experience in U.S. and abroad, including supervision and art direction to sub-contractors and onsite work force. Faux creations, sculpting, mural painting, molding and casting processes as well as screen printing and model making.
Brad Sickmeyer – Sub Contractor/Scenic Creations Ltd.
Brad has 15 years experience in design, fabrication, as well as installation of exhibits and environments in the finest museums, visitors centers, retail and private displays. With a keen eye for detail, hand-crafted botanically correct plant models, life-size trees and interactives are his specialty. Brad has a true passion in producing the highest quality museum exhibits and going the extra mile is standard procedure.
Neil Bunting – Project Manager/Estimator
18 years of project estimating and construction management experience. 11 of the 18 years are specifically in interpretive exhibit fabrication projects. Notable project includes the U-505 submarine exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL, The Western Center for Archeology and Paleontology, Hemet, CA, Adventure Science Center, Nashville, TN, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH, Draper Museum of Natural History, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, MA
Chris Piesik – Production Superintendent
Chris has over 20 years of experience with exhibit craftsmanship and supervision. He has a unique understanding of the exhibit production and the installation process. He has an exquisite eye for detail in the creation of custom cabinetry and exhibit structures as well as fabricating steel and metal components. His many years of experiences provided him with the understanding of how important it is to produce a quality exhibit that is ready for installation and to be used by enthusiastic visitors.