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Year:       2016

Project:   Auburn High School

Location: Auburn, WA

Size:       $2,400,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz/Jeradiah Bauer

Auburn High School will be the largest metal roofing project that we have done to date.  Our installers will be putting together the roof sub assembly as well as 1400 squares of a mechanically seamed metal roof panel from Taylor Metals.  In addition, we will be installing 210 squares of AEP Span PS12 wall panels and 15 squares of soffit panels.

 

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Year:       2015

Project:   Hamlin Robinson School

Location: Seattle, WA

Size:       $425,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

On this project we are installing a variety of exterior cladding.  There are 35 squares of Citadel composite panels, 105 squares of AEP Span PS12 panels and 80 squares of Hardie's Artisan lap siding.  We are also installing the weather barrier, louvers and miscellaneous flashing. 

 

 

 

 

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Year:       2015

Project:   Liberty High School Phase 3

Location: Renton, WA

Size:       $1,100,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

We have been awarded the contract for all three phases of this school.  On this phase, we are installing more composite panel columns from MM systems, 50 squares of perforated metal soffit panels from AEP Span, 3.5 squares of Hardie soffit panels, 175 squares of insulated metal wall panels from Metal Sales, 175 squares of corrugated metal wall panels from Metal Span and 40 squares of Prodema phenolic panels. 

 

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Year:       2015

Project:   Bates/Mohler

Location: Tacoma, WA

Size:       $650,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

This project has been in the design phase for close to 10 years. We are installing 85 squares of Una Clad composite panels, 40 squares of Bryer's corrugated metal wall panels, 9 squares of Bryer's Superseam roof panel and 150 GFRC panels. This is the first project where we have installed concrete wall panels.

 

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Year:       2015

Project:   La Conner Middle School

Location: La Conner, WA

Size:       $465,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

On this project we are installing several different products from Taylor Metals. There are 4220 squares of MS200 mechanically-seamed wall panels, 40 squares of Versa Span wall panels, 45 squares of corrugated wall panels and 5 squares of flush panels. We are also installing miscellaneous flashings for the masons, glaziers and Hardie installers.

 

 

Year:       2015

Project:   Explorer Middle School

Location: Mukilteo, WA

Size:       $175,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

This is one of the smaller projects we have done in a while but it is just minutes from our office.  We are installing 110 squares of AEP Span's Nu Wave panel.  90 squares are being installed on the walls and 10 squares on the roof. We are also installing miscellaneous flashing such as window pans and coping.

 

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Year:       2014

Project:   Shorecrest High School

Location: Seattle, WA

Size:       $1,500,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

This was a great size wall panel project for us. We installed 18 squares of Una Clad composite panels, 40 squares of AEP Span's PS12 soffit panels, 100 squares of AEP Span's PS12 wall panels and 600 squares of AEP Span's Nu Wave panels. We also installed 60 squares of Trespa phenolic resin panel soffits.

     

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Year:       2014

Project:   Harrison Prep

Location: Lakewood, WA

Size:       $1,400,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

 

On this project, we are installing a variety of different panels.  The majority of the panels are 365 squares of Metal Sales T10-A corrugated panels in two different colors.  We are also installing 85 squares of Metal Sales Soffit panels.  In addition to metal wall panels, we are also installing 120 squares of Trespa Meteon panels.  The 140 square roof will be Metal Sales Magna Loc panels.

 

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Year:       2014

Project:   Liberty Phase 2

Location: Renton, WA

Size:       $700,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

This addition is using all of the same products that we used on phase 1. We are installing 9 squares of composite panels from Bestworth Rommel, 140 squares of insulated panels from Metal Span, 125 squares of corrugated panels from Metal Span and 30 squares of soffit panels from AEP Span.

  

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Year:       2014

Project:   Chinook Middle School

Location: Bellevue, WA

Size:       $450,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

This is a pretty standard project for us. We are going to be installing 110 squares of AEP Span's Mini-V Beam wall panels and 35 squares of AEP Span's PS12 soffit panels. In addition, we will be installing all of the z-furring supports.

    

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Year:       2014

Project:   Cascade Middle School

Location: Sedro Woolley, WA

Size:       $425,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

There are several products that we typically install that we were not awarded on this project but we installed 200 squares of AEP Span's Span Lok panels. We also put on miscellaneous sheet metal flashing and trim around the building.

   

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Year:       2014

Project:   Kirkland Public Safety Building

Location: Kirkland, WA

Size:       $200,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

This is going to be the first time that we have installed the Hardie Panel Reveal System.  In addition to 53 squares of this system, we will also be installing 15 squares of lap siding as well as the sheet metal on the roof.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   Bellevue High School

Location: Bellevue, WA

Size:       $2,500,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

The majority of this project was installation of James Hardie CFB panels. There are 760 squares of 3 different exterior systems made up of Green Guard weather barrier, Blueskin peel and stick, Roxul exterior insulation, perforated z-furring, ColorPlus Hardie panels with an aluminum batt system or standard Hardie with AMS extruded moldings. There was also 350 squares of interior CFB panels and 85 squares of CFB soffit. We installed 300 squares of AMS metal roof panels over an insulated sub-system, installed all of the flashing for the roofers as well as made some small parts for other trades.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   Alexander Graham Bell Elementary School

Location: Kirkland, WA

Size:       $950,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

This school was originally bid as a cement fiber board project but it was less expensive to install this with metal siding. We installed all of the peel and stick at the openings and overlaps of the sheet metal legs. There are two layers of our furring system that we also installed for 300 squares of AEP Span's Design Span panel. This is commonly used for roofing but will be used as wall panels. We are also installing 85 squares of AEP Span's PS12, 7 squares of plywood soffits, 10 squares of Trespa and all of the sheet metal flashing and trim including the clad metal for the roofing contractor

 

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Year:        2013

Project:    Everett CC Student and Health Fitness Location:  Everett, WA 

Size:        $550,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

On this school, we are installing 120 squares of Kingspan's 4" vertical insulated foam panel, 14 squares of Kingspan's 2" horizontal insulated foam panel and 30 squares of Kingspan's Y-36 corrugated equipment screen panels.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   Liberty High School Renovation

Location: Renton, WA

Size:       $360,000

Foreman: John Uttley

This is a small project with large panels. The insulated panels from Kingspan are over 45' tall. We are also installing aluminum composite panels manufactured by Bestworth Rommel.

  

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Year:       2013

Project:   Ben Rush Elementary School

Location: Redmond, WA

Size:       $300,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

This project is quite a bit different from others we have done.  Because this was a bid package project, we did not install any weather barrier, insulation, furring or sheet metal.  The only thing we installed was cement fiber board.  Our carpenters put on 135 squares of Artisan Lap Siding, 150 squares of James Hardie panel and 30 squares of James Hardie soffit.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   View Ridge Elementary School

Location: Everett, WA

Size:       $250,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

View Ridge Elementary is primarily a flashing project for us. We are installing the material that is integrated in to the single ply system, the cement fiber board cladding, windows and gutters. We are also installing 3 squares of composite panels along with 40 squares of canopy panels.

 

 

 

Year:       2013

Project:   St Joseph Medical Center

Location: Seattle, WA

Size:       $200,000

Foreman: John Uttley

 

This installation is not only new for us but it is also new for the supplier.  In an effort to provide a complete exterior system, Kingspan has included both window frames and louver frames to integrate in to their insulated panel system.  We are installing 45 squares of insulated panels, 3 banks of louvers, 1 bank of windows and 3 squares of perforated soffit panels.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   Community Resource Center

Location: Everett, WA

Size:       $350,000

Foreman: John Uttley

On this project, we installed a variety of different panels. The majority of the panels are 100 squares of insulated panels from Metal Span. We also installedg 65 squares of AEP Span's PS12 panel, 4 squares of composite panels from Bestworth Rommel and 3 squares of AEP Span's Span Lock panel.

 

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Year:       2013

Project:   Everett Municipal Court

Location: Everett, WA

Size:       $100,000

Foreman: Johnny Tran

This is a smaller project that is close to home. In addition to some large, stainless, inset gutters and unique coping profiles, we will also be installing 35 squares of AEP Span's PS12 panel and 6 squares of their Nu-Wave panel on the roof.



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Year:       2012

Project:   Hudtloff Middle School

Location: Lakewood, WA

Size:       $1,400,000

Foreman: Kevin Moltz

Hudtloff is made up mostly of Knight Wall's furring system. The majority is behind acrylic plaster panels applied by others but we are installed it behind our cladding. In addition to installing Green Guard weather barrier, we also installed Swiss Pearl composite panels, Northclad aluminum plate, Trespa panels and AEP Span Multi-Lok roof panels.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   Cherry Crest Elementary

Location: Bellevue, WA

Size:       $425,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

Cherry Crest is made up of a lot of small parts. We are installing 8 squares of Trespa, 15 squares of AEP Span PS12 soffit panels, 120 squares of AEP Span PS12 wall panels and 30 squares of AEP Span's Span Lock roof panels. We are also fabricating all of the sequenced CFB flashings for another subcontractor and installing window flashings for the glazier.

   

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Year:       2012

Project:   Carl Sandburg Elementary School

Location:  Kirkland, WA

Size:       $360,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

This project consists of 200 squares of 3 different colors of AEP Span PS12 panels and a fourth color PS12 soffit panel. We are also installing miscellaneous flashings integrated with the window systems and single ply roof system

  

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Year:       2012

Project:   Redmond High School Renovation

Location: Redmond, WA

Size:       $300,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

At Redmond High School, we are installing 175' long AEP Span's Span Lock mechanically seamed panels. Due to expansion and contraction, we installed them in 3 sections that are linked together with an engineered swage plate system. We also installed the metal roof sub system, AEP Span's Nu Wave siding panel and other miscellaneous flashings.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   John Muir Elementary School

Location: Kirkland, WA

Size:       $300,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

 

John Muir is mainly a flashing project. We are providing flashing for the roofers and masons as well as flashing integrated with the window systems. We also have approximately 50 squares of AEP Span SpanLock on some small canopies.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   Federal Way Public Schools

Location: Federal Way, WA

Size:       $650,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

Federal Way Public Schools is made up of a number of different buildings. We will be installing 300 squares of Kingspan Insulated Panels, 30 squares of corrugated metal roofing and 75 squares of metal soffit panels.

 

Year:       2012

Project:   Federal Way Kitchen

Location: Federal Way, WA

Size:       $500,000

Foreman: John Uttley

Federal Way Kitchen is phase 2 of the Federal Way Public Schools Project. We will be installing 300 squares of Kingspan Insulated Wall Panels along with a custom half round gutter and miscellaneous flashings.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   Auxilary Services Building

Location: Bellingham, WA

Size:       $225,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

This building is at the outer limits of our current work area. We installed 165 squares of AMS' Armor Lock roof panel and 65 squares of AEP Span's PS12 flush panel. We also installed some miscellaneous flashings, gutters and downspouts.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   West Point Treatment Facility

Location: Seattle, WA

Size:       $200,000

Foreman: Johnny Tran

This was the first time we have installed Northclad's panel system. It was comprised of approximately 200 custom panels to make up 30 squares of cladding. We also installed 45 squares of AEP Span's Span Lock roof panel, 7 squares of Northclad's standing seam wall panel, 6 squares of AEP Span's PS12 panel and 20 custom interior panels from Forms and Surfaces.

 

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Year:       2012

Project:   Echo Glen Childrens Center

Location: Issaquah, WA

Size:       $200,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

 

This was our first single ply project. We installed 95 squares of Versico PVC membrane and it was a great success.  We received a 10 out of 10 rating!  We also installed 155 squares of AEP Span's Span Lock metal roofing and 75 squares of Hardie lap siding.

 

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Year:        2012

Project:    Northshore Fire Headquarters

Location:  Kenmore, WA 

Size:        $200,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis/Johnny Tran 

 

This is a smaller building that has a large variety of cladding types.  We are installing about 25 squares of insulated foam panels from Metal Span, 10 squares of AEP Span HR-36 on a canopy, 25 squares of AEP Span Klip Rib roof panels, 40 squares of Hardie Panel, 20 squares of Hardie Soffit, 15 squares of cedar lap siding and 15 squares of tongue and groove soffit.  In addition, we are going to install 7" custom gutters that will be site-rolled from MD Sheet Metal.   

 

 

Year:       2012

Project:   Redmond Fire Station #17

Location: Redmond, WA

Size:       $200,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

The majority of this project is metal roof panels. We are installing 155 squares of Bryer Company mechanical seam panels, a few squares of some mechanical wall panels and our MD Exteriors continuous gutter.



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Project:    Lynnwood High School

Location:  Lynnwood, WA 

Size:        $2,000,000

Foreman:  Johnny Tran

 

This school has several different wall panel profiles from AEP Span.  We installed 235 squares of HR36 wall panels, 385 squares of Square Batten wall panels, 85 squares of Mini V Beam wall panels, 35 squares of Flush Panel soffit panels and 45 squares of Design Span roof panels.  We also installed 10 squares of KPS Composite Panels.  In addition to the panels, we installed the plastic skylights and curbs, expansion joints, wall anchors, seismic joints, Sch 40 steel downspouts and MD Sheet Metal custom gutters.



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Project:    Cathcart Maintenance Facility

Location:  Snohomish, WA 

Size:        $2,400,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis (Roof) Johnny Tran (Wall) 

                

This facility consists of eight different buildings.  On five of the buildings, there is a total of 135,000 sq ft of Architectural Metal Solution's Armor-Lock roof panel.  This is a mechanically seamed panel used primarily for low-sloped roofs.  Three of the buildings will have 25,000 sq ft of McElroy's Mega Rib panel also supplied by Architectural Metal Solutions.  On five of the buildings we will be welding on structural clips, fastening light gauge zee girt, and installing close to 100,000 sq ft of Metecno-API AP230 insulated wall panels.  We will also be installing seismic joints and louvers that are integrated in the system.

  

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Project:    Newport High School

Location:  Bellevue, WA

Size:        $1,650,000

Foreman:  Brian Shivvers

 

On this project, we installed Cement Fiber Board made by James Hardie for the first time.  The Beige and Berry wall panels are McElroy's Mega-Rib and supplied by Architectural Metal Solutions.  The light-colored panels on both the interior and exterior are McElroy's 7/8" Corrugated supplied by AMS. The roof panels were run on site by AMS and installed by our crew.  MD Sheet Metal fabricated all of the flashing for this project including the Galvalume flashing around the CFB and the welded, tube steel downspouts.


 

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Project:   McMicken Elementary School

Location: SeaTac, WA

Size:       $1,400,000

Foreman: Jeradiah Bauer

This school is very similar in design to Marvista Elementary school that is also in SeaTac. We installed 675 squares of a full metal roof system using AEP Span's Span Lock panel, 100 squares of AEP Span's Design Span panel on the wall system and 130 squares of AEP Span's flush panels on the wall and soffit.

 

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Project:    Marvista Elementary

Location:  Normandy Park, WA 

Size:        $1,100,000

Foreman:  Jeradiah Bauer

 

Marvista Elementary is a project that we took over from another subcontractor.  We installed 3 different types of Metal Sales panels.  There is 60 squares of soffit panels and 185 squares of wall panels in the TLC panel.  On the conical, covered-play area roof we installed 16sq of the Batten Seam panel and on the building roof we installed 650 squares of their Vertical Seam.  As certified installers of this roofing system, we were able to provide a 20-year weathertight warranty.

 

 

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Project:    Mount View Elementary

Location:  Seattle, WA

Size:        $1,010,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis

 

This was our first $1,000,000 project.  The roof panels are AEP Span's Klip Rib.  Some of the roofs have a staggered, transverse seam to accommodate the long lengths.  The exposed fastener wall panels are AEP Span's Box Rib.  Some of the downspouts are 6" round by 3/16" thick steel.  The tallest weighs 825 lbs.  We also made custom, soldered, stainless steel crickets behind the clerestories that are over 30' wide.

 

 

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Project:    Forest View Elementary

Location:  Everett, WA 

Size:        $700,000

Foreman:  Brian Shivvers

 

The roof system for this school is AEP Span's Span Lock panel.  This is a mechanically-seamed panel that is primarily used for low-sloped roofs.  There are three barrels roofs that cover the main corridor and three fan roofs at the main entry.  We also installed AEP Span's Mini-V Beam panel on the body of the school and their PS-12 Flush Panel in select locations.

 

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Project:    Brighton Elementary

Location:  Seattle, WA

Size:        $700,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis 

 

On this school, we installed 70,000 sq ft of Morin's SWL 18 roof panel.  This was the most cut-up roof that we have ever installed of this size.  The wall panels are Morin's 18ga, concealed fastener X-12 style rib.

 

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Project:    Robert Frost Elementary

Location:  Kirkland, WA 

Size:        $650,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

Robert Frost Elementary was the recipient of a 2010 Washington Chapter of CEFPI Polished Apple Award.  This school had work for both our carpenters and sheet metal craftsmen.  We installed 6 squares of James Hardi Lap Siding, 270 squares of James Hardi Panel Siding and 62 squares of AEP Span PS12 soffit panels.  We installed all of the roof flashings for both the built-up roofing and the composite shingles, MD Sheet Metal custom gutters, downspouts and miscellaneous flashings.

 

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Project:    Twin Falls Middle School

Location:  North Bend, WA 

Size:        $550,000

Foreman:  Jerediah Bauer

 

This school has Flush Wall Panels and Soffit Panels supplied by McElroy Metals and installed by our sheet metal tradesmen.  They also installed metal flashing incorporated with our metal wall and soffit systems, integrated with a built-up roof system and integrated with the cement fiber siding.  We also installed MD Sheet Metal custom, commercial gutters and steel downspouts.  Our carpenters installed building wrap, peel and stick at openings, HardiPanel and HardiBoard by James Hardie. 

 

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Project:    Bothell High School

Location:  Bothell, WA 

Size:        $550,000

Foreman:  Johnny Tran

 

This project consists of adding a commons area to the existing school and also building a new structure.  In addition to installing 250 squares of AEP Span Mini-V Beam wall panels, we also installed12 squares of Hardie soffit, clad metal flashings for the single ply roof, MD Sheet Metal custom gutters, downspouts and seismic joints.

 

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Project:    Newport Heights Elementary

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $550,000

Foreman:  Johnny Tran

 

This school is comprised of several different types of Metecno panels.  There is 125 squares of AP300 foam panels, 10 squares of C-37-78 wall panels, 42 squares of VB-36 wall panels, 20 squares of VB-36 canopy panels, 11 squares of F-12 soffit panels and 12 squares of SLR16 roof panels.  In addition, we installed all of the clad metal flashings, sheet metal fascia, MD Sheet Metal custom gutters, downspouts and miscellaneous flashings

 

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Project:    Ardmore Elementary School

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $500,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

Installing Hardie cladding has become a trend for the Bellevue Shool District.  On Ardmore, we installed 4 types of Hardie on 9 different substrate assemblies.  We have 90 squares of Artisan lap siding, 100 squares of 4" exposure plank siding, 60 squares of 6" exposure plank siding and 35 squares of Hardie panel.  In addition to the cement fiber board, we installed 18ga canopy panels and interior acoustical wall and ceiling panels.

 

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Project:    Woodridge Elementary

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $425,000

Foreman:  Jerediah Bauer

 

On this school we installed Architectural Metal Solution's Snap-Lock panels.  This is a UL90 rated panel that is site-run to exact length.  We also installed AEP Span's Mini-V Beam wall panel.  Our carpenters installed the cement fiber board provided by James Hardie.

 

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Project:    Ringdall Middle School

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $400,000

Foreman:  Justin Bauer

 

This is a renovation project were we installed approximately 3500 lineal feet of of AEP Span PS12 flush panels around all of the walkway canopies and above storefront and HM frame doors.  We also installed 60 squares of Metal Sales T-13 panels at the equipment screen walls, 15 squares of PS12 soffit panels, a few small Hardie panel walls and miscellaneous wood and metal trim.

 

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Project:    Sherwood Forest

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $375,000

Foreman:  Gary Rocker

 

This school had work for both our carpenters and sheet metal craftsmen.  We installed 46 squares of AEP Span Nu-Wave wall panels, 140 squares of Hardi panels and 14 squares of Hardi 8" exposure lap siding.  Wealso installed all of the roof flashings for both the built-up roofing and the composite shingles, MD Sheet Metal custom gutters, downspouts and miscellaneous flashings.

 

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Project:    Hamilton Middle School

Location:  Seattle, WA 

Size:        $325,000

Foreman:  Jeradiah Bauer

 

On this project, we installed flashing and trim on the existing school to match that of the original design of the early 1900's.  On the new portion of the building we installed 25 squares of AEP Span's PS12 wall and soffit panels as well as 145 squares of AEP Span Span Seam roof panels.  This has a mechanically seamed panel that is installed over the main gym's barrel roof.

 

 

 

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Project:     Lake Hills Elementary

Location:   Bellevue, WA

Size:         $325,000

Foreman:   Matt Davis

 

We installed all of the wall panels and related flashings for this school.  The panels are Thin Seam by Fabral.  We also installed all of the roof flashings that integrated with a 3-ply, SBS roof.  The SBS roof was installed by others.

   

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Project:    Lakota Middle School

Location:  Federal Way, WA 

Size:        $300,000   

Foreman:  Jeradiah Bauer

 

On Lakota Middle School, we are installing 90 squares of Kinspan/API insulated foam wall panels.  We are also installing 50 squares of concealed-fastener, ribbed panels from ATAS.   Although another subcontrator is installing the metal roof panels, MD Sheet Metal is fabricating 1500 lineal feet of our custom gutter for our MD Exterior employees to install.

 

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Project:    Sammamish HS

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $285,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis 

 

We took this project over from another sheet metal contractor that was unable to finish installation.  The horizontal, concealed fastener wall panels used on this project are Morin's X-12.  The vertical, exposed fastener wall panels are Morin's BR7-35.  The black, aluminum, composite panels at the entry are from Metecno-API.

 

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Project:    Rachel Carson Elementary School

Location:  Sammamish, WA 

Size:        $225,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

This school has 50 squares of AEP Span Nu Wave wall panels and 35 squares of AEP Span Design Span roof panels.  The corridor receiving the wall panels is on a slight radius.  We also installed all of the flashing integrated with the roofing, MD Sheet Metal custom gutters and Sch 10 steel welded downspouts.

 

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Project:    Edmonds CC, Brier Hall Addition

Location:  Edmonds, WA 

Size:        $210,000

Foreman:  Brian Shivvers

 

This is a small project with a variety of different panels.  We are using AEP Span Design Span panels for both the walls and the roof.  We also installed AEP Span Nu Wave panels and PS12 panels at the soffits and Firestone UnaCore composite panels at the entries.  We also installed gutters made by MD Sheet Metal.

   

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Project:    Inglewood Junior HS

Location:  Sammamish, WA

Size:        $155,000

Foreman:  Jerediah Bauer

 

On this school, the roof panels installed are AEP Span's Span Lok.  Span Lok is a mechanically seamed panel that is used primarily in low-slope applications.  The wall panels are Centria's IW-40A.  They are a concealed fastener panel with a 1" reveal.  This project was the second time that we had been asked to install CFB panels.

 

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Project:    Ingraham HS

Location:  Seattle, WA

Size:        $140,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis

 

This was our first barrel roof project.  The roof panels used are AEP Span's Select Seam Narrow Batten and the wall panels are AEP Span HR-36.  We worked on this project with two different General Contractor's over the course of two years to complete these two roofs. 

  

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Project:    Sammamish Commons

Location:  Sammamish, WA 

Size:        $400,000

Foreman:  Brian Shivvers

 

This is a LEED, Energy Star project.  The roof panels are Regal White and were manufactured on site by Morin.  It is their SLR-18, mechanically seamed roof panel.  The panel machine was hoisted to the edge of the roof and the 150' long panels were handled by 8 men.  The siding panel is Morin's 18ga, F-12 Flush Panel.  As an extra, we installed all of the louvers on this project.  MD Sheet Metal fabricated the custom flat panels at the top of the masonry walls.

 

  

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Project:    Power Distribution Headquarters

Location:  Seattle, WA

Size:        $235,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis

 

Two of the panels used on this project are from Garland.  The standing seam roof panel is 18" wide R-MER Span.  This is a T-Rib panel that has a batten with hot-melt sealant that is mechanically seamed to it for watertight closure.  The wall panels on the inside of the parapet wall are R-MER Flush panels.  The body of the building has AEP Span Box Rib wall panels.   

 

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Project:   Silver Lake Water District

Location: Everett, WA

Size:       $235,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

 

On this building, we used AEP Span's 16" wide, Span Lock panel.  This is a mechanically-seamed panel that is typically used on low-slope roof applications.  On the mechanical mezzanine soffit, we used a 12" wide, perforated, soffit panel that was field-run by Architectural Metal Solutions.    

 

   

Project:   Terminal 18 Crane Maintenance

Location: Harbor Island, WA

Size:       $95,000

Foreman: Matt Davis

The roof panels used on this facility are AEP Span's 17" wide Design Span panels. This is one of the most popular commercial snap lock panels. The wall panels are AEP Span's Nu Wave panel. This is also one of the most common 7/8" corrugated panels.



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Project:    The Marselle

Location:  Seattle, WA 

Size:        $1,500,000

Foreman:  Jeradiah Bauer

 

This building is the second version of the Matae.  We installed 210 squares of the Centria CS620 panel in Pewter (a horizontal rib, concealed fastener panel), 100 squares of the Centria IW10A panel in Dove Gray (a vertical, concealed fastener, flush panel) and 80 squares of the Centria IW10A panel in Maroon.  We also installed all of the Innotech windows and doors, the Tyvek weather barrier system and the custom break shapes at the storefront entry.

 

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Project:    Ballard Landmark Assisted Living

Location:  Ballard, WA 

Size:        $1,500,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis

 

On this project, we have combined the skills of both our carpenters and sheet metal craftsmen.  Together they installed all of the window flashings and wall barrier by VaproShield.  Are carpenters installed the windows, sliders, seismic joints and cornice bracing.  They also installed 8 1/2 squares of clear plywood with custom trim, 140 squares of 4' x 10' Hardi Panel, 40 squares of 12" exposure Hardi lap siding and 60 squares of Hardi soffit.  Our sheet metal workers installed all of the integral metal Hardi assembly flashings, coping, belly bands, metal cornice, custom vents, decorative false columns and 64 squares of custom metal panels.  The other area that we are very proud of is the Historical Ballard Restoration.  MD Sheet Metal has crafted dentils, arched copings and ornamental shapes to recreate the facade of the original building built in the early 1900's. 

 

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Projects:    The Matae

Location:    Seattle, WA

Size:          $625,000

Foreman:    Jerediah Bauer 

 

This is a very high-end mixed use building in Downtown Seattle.  The First Floor is retail and Floors 2-6 are condominiums.  We used Centria's CS620 for the body of the building and CS660 for the top floor accent band.  We installed welded corners to create a continuous panel profile, designed custom Snap-Lock vent hoods integrated in the panels and hidden vent openings integrated in the fascia.  Limited space would not allow for a conventional flush panel so we had MD Sheet Metal create and fabricate a low-profile flush panel for all of the soffits and Burgundy accent walls.  

 

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Project:    One Main Street Condos

Location:  Bellevue, WA 

Size:        $400,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

This is an 11 story condominium in Bellevue where we installed several different types of panel depending on their visibility.  On the roof, we installed an AEP Span flush panel that could be painted to match the concrete.  On the back side of the screen wall we installed an exposed fastener panel produced by Champion Metals.  On the front side of the screen wall and the cornice, MD Sheet Metal produced an insulated aluminum clad panel.  The decks on the back side of the building have Centria CS620 panels and Centria CS660 concealed-fastener panels.  On the three elevations visible from Main Street, we installed Pro Clad's aluminum panel system.

 

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Projects:    Sammamish Children's School

Location:    Sammamish, WA

Size:          $250,000

Foreman:    Matt Davis 

 

The roof on the main building and the two covered play areas are AEP Span Klip Rib panels.  The Terra Cotta and Silver Metallic panels are AEP Span Mini-V Beam.  This is the first project we were asked to install CFB panels on.  We declined on this project but this is what promoted the idea to expand our company to include more than just sheet metal cladding.

  

Project:    Trilogy Retail Center

Location:  Redmond, WA 

Size:        $80,000

Foreman:  Gary Rocker

 

This is a small project that is made up of metal roof canopies using AEP Span Design Span panels,  exterior plywood and cedar battens.  We also installed some custom flat panels on the back side of the parapet walls, miscellaneous sheet metal parts and welded steel downspouts. 

 

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Projects:  Space Needle

Location:  Seattle, WA

Size:        $50,000

Foreman:  Nick Poe

 

We have several small projects that are ongoing with the Space Needle.  We installed fiberglass panels with bonded aluminum around the interior wall of the interior observation deck.  These panels were provided by Forms and Surfaces.  In the spring, we will be installing stainless steel panels, also provided by Forms and Surfaces, around the interior wall of the exterior observation deck.  We have also done other miscellaneous projects like installing stainless steel corner guards in their kitchen.