State Fair of Texas Statues
Sitting right smack dab in the middle of the Dallas Fair Park, where the Cotton Bowl is played every year and a month of carnival rides and fried foods make Texans sick, is the Esplanade.
Fireworks blast, fountains shoot, and century old monuments begin to fall apart. For this reason, Protective Packaging was called by Rogers-Obrien construction to come and protect these statues and pillars from any damage that may happen while the construction company fixes years of weathering and traffic along this landmark in Fair Park. The Esplanade is the gateway to the Park where celebrations and parties are thrown, and because of the constant fanfare, the Park asked Roger-Orbien to help them out. To prevent any further deterioration or mishaps, PPC covered each monument with a reinforced cover, which was then strapped to the ground and ventilated so no dust would gather.