Case Studies

Fort Worth Police and Firefighters Memorial

Project Team

Gideon Toal

Bronze Sculptor:

Jack Wilson

General Contractor:

Balfour Beatty Construction

The Memorial, one of the largest in the country, sits on five acres in a serene slice of Fort Worth called Trinity Park. It is highlighted by a statue consisting of a saddled riderless horse with boots turned backward in the stirrup, symbolizing a missing comrade, led by a law officer on one side and a firefighter on the other.

Adjacent from the bronze sculptures are two textured Amber Gold and Cold Spring Black pillars carved with the Fort Worth’s 95 public safety officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice, including three deputy marshals, 55 police officers and 37 firefighters.

Also featured are large granite walls that are carved with several eras of Fort Worth history and tell the stories of some of the fallen heroes.

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