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Welcome to C. Roberts Metal Fabrication located in the Coal Creek Canyon area of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Cindy has closed the business following Chuck's death, but wanted to leave the web site as a tribute to Chuck and his beautiful work.
Chuck also loved watching the 1993 Western film, Tombstone because Kurt Russell wore spurs and concho straps that Chuck had made. The spur set got a closeup shot when "Wyatt Earp" kicked "Ike Clanton" in the face in the famous You tell 'em I'm comin' scene. Chuck grew up in Los Angeles, and seeing his work on "the big screen" was one of the biggest highlights of his art career.
Prior to starting his own businesses, Chuck worked for several aerospace companies in Southern California including Lockheed's famous Skunk Works division where he worked on the Stealth Fighter, the F-117.
Cindy was the marketing and operations manager for all of Chuck's businesses. She also managed all of the metal fabrication projects. C. Roberts specialized in high quality fabrications and offered free estimates before they would begin work. Chuck always visited a construction site personally before designing any rails or gates. A customer's satisfaction was Chuck and Cindy's "number one" goal.
We hope you had the pleasure of meeting Chuck and seeing his awesome work for yourself. Thanks for stopping by.
Last Updates on April 05, 2011
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