Banker Wire Mesh used by Hard Rock Café for new restaurant

Special to The Freeman

Feb. 5, 2015

MUKWONAGO — Banker Wire mesh was used to create an exterior sign for a new Hard Rock Café in Tennessee, providing a modern look.

The Hard Rock Café moved from Gatlinburg to a larger space in Pigeon Forge in Tennessee in February 2014.
The designers of the new building specified they wanted woven wire mesh to serve as a modern backdrop to the familiar Hard Rock Café logo featured on the exterior sign, according to an announcement. General contractor VWCA Construction from Madisonville, Tenn., directed them toward Banker Wire mesh, according to the company.

“Banker Wire was more competitive in pricing than the other companies being considered by the design team,” said Joshua Croft of VWCA Construction in a statement. “Banker Wire’s determination to assist me instilled confidence in specifying their product.”

Based in Mukwonago, Banker Wire is a manufacturer of woven and welded wire mesh for architectural and industrial applications.