Exelon- JAF Veteran's Wall of Honor
Exelon: James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant
Exelon was looking to recognize and honor all military personnel at the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant. An otherwise empty wall in their Administrative Building which was largely chosen for its visibility as the space serves as one of the Power Plant’s largest assembly spaces. The Veteran’s Wall of Honor had to accommodate retired, current and future employees as well as the late James A. FitzPatrick. The cascading plaque design balances the current 90 active military employees, with room to add 40 more. The curved planter design compliments other interior planters found around the administrative building.
“ impressively cost conscientious…
After internalizing our project for over a year, organization and timeline was our biggest concern. SIXTY55 was able to instantly establish the timeline and bring several support vendors together.
SIXTY55’s vast knowledge of different design concepts was outstanding, especially how they were able to tie all the design features together- the waterfall with the wood and stone.
SIXTY55 is very easy to work with and impressively cost conscientious.
-Mark E. Noffey
JAF Nuclear Power Plant