Over the past year we’ve been listening closely to our customers’ demands and paying attention to changing market trends. The people have spoken and it’s clear they want more color and texture choices, more warranty options, and a continued high standard of quality. We are introducing several new colors and finishes to satisfy the increased appetite for metal.
Tom Duffy and his family purchased the Bozeman KOA two years ago with the vision of expanding family friendly camping opportunities to travelers on their way to and from Yellowstone National Park. The Duffy family already owns the Bozeman Hot Springs next door and hatched a plan to expand offerings, kids activities, and amenities for people on the road looking for a fun and safe spot to enjoy vacations and road trips across the west.
For years the Imperial Inn, an old motor inn on Main Street in Downtown Bozeman, sat empty; a relic from an era gone by. This prime real estate needed a new vision and a modern direction, which is exactly what architect Eric Nelson, from Think Tank AIA, saw when he and his business partner, architect Brian Caldwell, purchased the building.
When Adam Pulasky joined the team at Bridger Steel in the general production department he had fourteen years of blacksmithing under his belt, fashioning horse shoes, custom latches and signs for customers and friends. His attention to detail and experience working with metal made him an obvious choice for fabrication. Adam quickly learned how to weld and now makes custom pieces to support the production department.
Former architecture student Gordon Nelson has always been fascinated with alternative structures used as homes. Almost a year ago he began work on a tiny home in Manhattan, MT. “My needs are modest; it’s just me and the dog,” he says. “It just needs to be enough to keep the rain off my head.”