SmallCorp is proud to be featured in the latest edition of Architecture Leaders Today Magazine. Read the article.
We’ve added two new colors – K3 and K4. You can see the chip chart on line here or contact us for the real thing. Enjoy!
Thank you all for a fantastic year. We wish you the best in 2012 and look forward to working with you. Happy New Year!
We wish you and your families season’s greetings and a safe and happy holiday season. SmallCorp’s holiday schedule is as follows: 12/23/11 – closing at 11 AM 12/26/11 – closed 12/27 – 12/30 – open 1/2/12 – closed
We’ve issued a new version of our catalog, which is available for download. The only pricing increases relate to archival fluted polypropylene. Please let us know if you would like a hard copy.
We recently manufactured and installed an easel to hold a 25′ x 15′ civil war battle flag in the state house in Albany. Here are pictures of the easel assembled in our shop, and in its final location, with the flag in place.
SmallCorp is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 93rd annual New England Museum Association conference , November 16-18 in Hartford Connecticut. Hope to see you there!
We’re having some telephone service disruptions that are causing missed, dropped and occasionally garbled calls. We apologize for the inconvenience. We do have technicians working on the problem, but in the meantime please bear with us. We thank you for your patience. In the meantime, our email is working just fine, as is our fax […]
We enjoyed exhibiting at the vibrant and always informative American Institute of Conservation Annual Meeting in Philadelphia May 31 – June 3. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and visited our booth. We found the meeting engaging and we met a lot of great people. Here’s hoping everyone had as much fun as we did! […]
We’re pleased to announce the opening of Making Connecticut, an exhibit at the Connecticut Historical Society. SmallCorp provided all the manufacturing and installation, and we’re proud to say it came out quite well. Learn more at www.chs.org