Lawrence Wright moved to Houston from Florida's Gulf Coast, in the early Eighties, after working in various aspects of the yacht- building industry.
An Architect friend introduced him to an associate that was opening a shop, specializing in Architectural models.
Lawrence was the first employee and shop manager in the start-up of Maalouf Architectural Models. He quickly added plastic fabrication to his skill-set, thanks to the owner, who had learned the craft at the renowned model shop of Architect, I.M. Pei in New York City.
After putting in long hours building models specializing in Architecture and including Oil and Gas, Structural, Prototypes, Trade shows / Trial exhibits, props for advertising photo shoots, and film and television, Lawrence opened his own business.
Today Synchro-tech uses many different technologies to achieve the desired results. Computer aided design and manufacturing (Cad /Cam), laser-cutting, 3-d printing, cabinetry, painting, graphics, sculpting and electrical/ lighting systems are all part of what goes into producing a finished model.
Synchronized technologies = Synchro-Tech