Photo Display Puts TECO in Focus

What happens when TECO engineers tackle interior decorating? You get a creative approach to displaying company photos that capture its very essence.

It all started two years ago after TECO moved into new offices as part of its major expansion project. The company finally had a conference room for the board to meet, but the walls and surrounding hallways were bare and needed some artwork.

After a few brainstorming sessions, TECO decided to use leftover portions of various sizes of chilled-water piping from its construction projects and cut them into thin rings that could serve as picture frames. Once the rings were cut, they were coated with chrome and ready to use in an entirely new way.

But which photos to frame? TECO pored over photos from the past few years and selected the best of the best. It had the images reproduced on canvas and then stretched over a board that was cut to fit the frames by a local cabinetmaker. Once completed, they were hung on the wall just outside the boardroom.

We thank Julian Brewster, who spearheaded the project, and Daryle Hall, who handled the intricate hanging process, for all of their efforts. It’s a unique way to put TECO on display!

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