Makers Projects

Hollow Together Block with end cap for interlocking pieces together
These hollow blocks can be filled with shredded materials to keep those materials out of the landfills.
Together Blocks could be interconnected to create houses, walls, gardens and other uses.

Working Towards a Green Future

Together Blocks LLC working with the Flood Gallery Fine Art Center offers a modular building system of oversized plastic blocks that facilitates the construction of all types of objects.  It’s quick and easy to build nearly anything, by stacking and organizing the universal blocks in nearly any shape, pattern, or size.   No tools are required for installation or removal and life-sized block and when building walls, props, or displays there is none of the dirt and debris associated with traditional construction. Anything you’ve built can be taken apart and re-assembled again, and the pieces can be re-used to construct other objects, making Together Blocks LLC a unique green building method. 
What makes Together Blocks LLC different is the blocks are manufactured with hollow space inside. This space can be used for waste plastic, tire shredded material or other waste products, keeping them out of the landfills. 
The Together Block concept is to develop these large hollow “lego” type pieces in different sizes that could be used for different projects. For example smaller blocks could be used for building small structures like docks, or office partitions while larger blocks could be used for highway barriers, artificial ocean reefs, buildings and other large walls or barriers for temporary road blockages during events.  When you need to construct something quickly, something like this could be a smart solution. Think about emergency shelters:  You could drop two pallets of the large blocks by helicopter and the next thing you know you have a solid, rigid structure. Better yet, as they are filled with waste material, you would be saving the environment from being contaminated by toxic elements.