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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.

 

 

 

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:   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 Children's 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:    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:    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:    Mukilteo City Hall

Location:  Mukilteo, WA 

Size:        $380,000

Foreman:  Brian Splawinski

 

On this project, we installed 60 squares of AEP Span Span Lok roof panels.  This is a mechanically seamed panel with a 2" high rib.  We also had our carpenters install 36 squares of a cedar siding rain screen and 6 squares of cedar soffit.  The 68 squares of grey material is Slatescape Extreme.  A composite panel that gives the appearance of natural sheets of slate.

 

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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.    

 

 

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Project:    Burlington City Hall

Location:  Burlington, WA 

Size:        $200,000

Foreman:  Matt Davis

This roof has AEP Span's Klip Rib panel installed on it.  All of the radius fascia and gutter was made with a CNC machine and put together with a Snap Lock flange.  The gutters are fabricated with MD Sheet Metal's 7" commercial gutter machine. The steel downspouts were also fabricated by MD Sheet Metal. 

 

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Project:    Poulsbo City Hall

Location:  Poulsbo, WA 

Size:        $160,000

Foreman:  Nick Poe

 

This is mainly a roof panel project.  We installed 105 squares of roof assembly substrate and AEP Span's Klip Rib panel system.  We also installed 35 squares of Hardie Panel as well as WRB and peel and stick around most of the project.

 

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.