Capital Visitors Center - Washington D.C.

Project Highlights

Valley Bronze fabricated two spiral staircases, railings, grilles and other ornamental metalwork for the Capitol Visitor Center. The CVC is the largest project in the Capitol’s 212-year history.

Valley Bronze of Oregon has been named a craftsmanship award winner by the Washington, D.C. Building Congress for structural steel framing work on the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center.

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July 2006 -- Oregon's Senior Senator Ron Wyden first on stairs

  • When he visited the foundry in Joseph July 2, 2006, Oregon's senior senator Ron Wyden became the first member of the U.S. Congress to stand on one of the spiral staircases being built by Valley Bronze for the new United States Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, D.C. On the stairs with Senator Ron Wyden are Valley Bronze president Christine Jackman and chief executive officer David Jackman.

Foundry Hours

Monday-Thursday: 6:45am-4:00pm
Friday: 6:45am-11:00am

Gallery Hours

Thursday-Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm

Current News

  • 2/22/16 - New Site Launch. The Valley Bronze website is now responsive. This will help users better view the site on a wide range of devices. Individual artist bio's and highlights of past projects are still being updated, check back soon to see the progress.

Contact Info

Valley Bronze of Oregon
307 W. Alder Street
P.O. Box 669
Joseph, OR 97846
(541) 432-7551
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