TEDxSonomaCounty had its 2021 Crossroads event on January 30th at the Jackson Theater at Sonoma Country Day School. This event digs into the crossroads we all experience and what opportunities and possibilities it has on our human and societal experience. Speakers were invited to share their thought-provoking ideas that help reframe our vision of what is possible. Blake and Virginia Miremont from Architectural Plastics, Inc. were among the speakers.
Based in Petaluma, California, Architectural Plastics is a company specializing in custom products for a wide range of clients. They produce museum cases, retail displays, machinery components, and art installations as well as biomedical instruments, and acrylic furniture.
This design and fabrication company was founded in 1977 by Blake’s father, Pierre Miremont. As Blake transitioned into leading the company in 2016, he saw an opportunity to modernize the operation by renovating the facility and training a new workforce. Both Blake and Virginia have worked on creating new processes for all their manufacturing.
Architectural Plastics has emerged as a leader in the industry and a trailblazer during the COVID pandemic. They quickly shifted their business model to play a key role in the production of personal protection equipment. This transition saved the company and kept its employees working. Blake saw an opportunity to be part of the solution during the pandemic and the business has flourished. They are now expanding their line of PPE to include protective barriers for offices and businesses.
Blake and Virginia are creative leaders in their business and stand proud to help the world with their innovation and service. Read the original media release here.
Architectural Plastics, Inc. is an industry leader in the design and fabrication of plastic parts, products, and display and conservation cases, as well as personal protective equipment. Contact us today for more information.