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“Thank you and your organization for the exceptional work performed in building a model of one of our chemical injection systems. We were a little apprehensive about having a model of this particular system built due to the extensive piping detail, but your company did a flawless job in recreating every element of the actual project.”

Charles Riordan, LEWA pumps+systems

“The design illustrated by the model answered all the client questions. The PUD process with the city planners was easier because we were armed with a model that illustrated near and long term changes to the campus. It’s gratifying to see a model work and convey so much information to a wide range of different people in so many different situations.”

Rich Wolfe, Lead Architect Heery International

“CH2M HILL’s Milwaukee Transportation Group has worked with Archetype3D to create highway models on three of Wisconsin’s most high profile and complicated projects over the past 10 years. In all cases the models proved to be incredibly valuable Public Involvement tools, used to clearly communicate to the public what the proposed roadway/interchange will look like once constructed. The physical static models allow the public to get a better sense of how the entire project will look and how it will fit into the surrounding landscape in a more comprehensive manner.”

Jeff Bauer, P.E., CH2M HILL, Senior Transportation Engineer

“We contracted with Archetype 3D to construct a model of a proposed biodiesel refinery. The model was recently shown at the Portland Cement Association Conference held in Colorado Springs. There was no one else there that had such a display. The model was very realistic and drew great interest from major cement manufacturers. We presented to as many as six customers at a time and was able to explain in detail the features and benefits of our refineries. The conference yielded meetings with the top four cement manufacturers in the world and brought us support from an international construction company and environmental solutions companies. We are very pleased with the personal attention we received from the Archetype 3D staff and the quality of the model.”

Jeffrey Scott, CTO Genesis Biofuel, Inc., Boulder Colorado

“On every development we’ve worked on for over 20 years we’ve utilized the extremely professional models that Archetype has produced. In each instance the use of these models has proven invaluable by showing in detail what a building or overall development will look like—especially in a pre-construction offering. The 3 dimensional aspect of the models is an effective complement to any computer graphics used and makes it so much easier for our customers to envision what they are buying.”

Tom, Vail Resorts

The scale model Archetype 3D of the rollover scene clarified facts the defenses counsel misrepresented and stated inaccurately. The physical scale model set the record straight and we settled before going to court a second time.”

Mike McCort, Professional Expert/Owner–Ponderosa Associates, Ltd.
Natural History Program Coordinator
Boulder County Parks and Open Space


“The three-dimensional model of Boulder County fabricated by Archetype3D is the most popular component of our “Story in the Rocks” Educational Trailer interpretive program. Archetype3D worked closely with BCPOS staff to design and fabricate the 3D model for our programming needs, including the need for materials and finish that would allow this model to be a sustainable “hands-on” resource.”

Larry Colbenson