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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Tribute to Bill Smith

  • Artist

    Ed Dwight

  • Location

    Denver International Airport

  • Neighborhood

    Denver International Airport

  • Year

    1994

  • Artwork Type

    Memorials

  • Material

    bronze

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About This Piece

This bronze sculpture honors the memory and work of William "Bill" Smith, who was the Manager of Public Works for the City and County of Denver during the time that the airport was being built.

Born in Telephone, Texas, Bill Smith was a civil engineering graduate of the University of Colorado, and spent 28 years in the Denver Public Works Department. He provided cruicial leadership for the planning and construction of  Denver International Airport, which opened in February of 1995.