Creatacor Inc., an exhibit design, fabrication and trade show management provider, has created a 144-panel, 8,000-pound mobile version of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, called “The Wall That Heals.”
Made of solid surface material and at 75 percent scale of the wall in Washington, D.C., the replica is now the largest in existence, according to the company. The wall exhibit is now touring the country.
“We are truly honored to be tasked with a sentimental and important project, an exhibit of our nation’s and world’s history, for the public to view closer to home,” said Will Farmer, COO of Creatacor. “We know these updates to the mobile education center and creation of the largest mobile replica of The Wall yet will be impactful for all who have served in the military and who have an opportunity to visit the exhibition this year.”
A program of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF), The Wall That Heals tours the country from coast-to-coast via a 53-foot trailer that also serves as a mobile Education Center. Visitors will be able to further engage with The Wall That Heals by viewing artifacts, memorabilia left at the memorial wall in D.C. and photos of fallen service members.