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Making an interactive, Maya-themed scene for an exhibit expansion at Audubon Zoo.

Activating the campus at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) 2018.

Revolutionizing the way stories are told at George Washington's Mount Vernon.

At The Children's Museum of St. Tammany, the exhibits are all about the kids.

See why January 6-8, 2018 in Atlanta was "the single biggest weekend in Solomon Group history."

Creating magic for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve and over 25 million viewers.

Many hands make light work at the 2017 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.

Recreating a cypress forest at the Audubon Louisiana Nature Center.

Donating our time, talent and resources to help our neighbors in Texas.

A new amusement park needed themed signage throughout the property.  Enter Solomon Group.

When the technology our clients needed wasn't available, we created it.

There are some talented ladies working in our Fabrication Department

Recapping the range of services we provided for Tales of the Cocktail 2017

Recap of Solomon Group's production of ESSENCE Fest 2017

A brand activation for McDonald's that towered over the others

Our company-wide initiative to promote wellness to our team.  #HealthWeek

12 months of planning. 470K+ visitors. Doors about to open.

A fun fabrication project for an international liquor brand

Bringing the "Page to the Stage" at the 2013 ESSENCE Festival

A brief overview of Solomon Group and its three founders

Casting new light on a stadium and a skyline

Design/Fabrication work for CBS Super Bowl Park at Jackson Square