Expanded polystyrene was the material chosen to produce this scale replica of Herod’s Temple in Jerusalem. 57 EPS panels of different thicknesses were used to create the structure, which was fabricated, assembled and painted on site in Thompsonville, NY.
Painstaking care went into the planning and construction of 18’ x 8’ replica which stands 6’ tall. EPS was chosen for the project because panels are available in an infinite variety of sizes as well as precut architectural shapes such as crown molding and columns.
The people involved in the project did an amazing job finishing it off in great detail. Contact Universal Foam Products for your next project. We ship from over 100 location in the US and Canada.