Welding Works's role was the fabrication of the symbolic exterior ornamentation for the structure, certified procedures used Miller power sources with Miller XR-30 wire feeders in a variety of output potentials, retrofitted cutting machine with a machine torch and two power modules with a Thermal Dynamics STAK-PAC. Welding Works's role added a C&G height sensor employed two types of mock-ups. Kent Bloomer includes two sets of 25-foot-high aluminum wings. Addition completed 370 feet of 14-foot-tall aluminum pipe.
The trellis stretches in a braided wave style across the top of the Archway. Walter P. Camp negotiated the contract with Kent Bloomer for the work. The design of these structures was the responsibility of Doug Rutledge, Project Engineer at A and K L. The welding was done exclusively with the GMAW process. The shapes were taken from quarter scale models and the eighth scale. These patterns were made then that the optic-eye tracer into black-on-white template. Bloomer's studio scaled the models, rolling, templates. The Once shape was developed Welding Works, a press brake. The steel support system was erected in Welding Works's yard.