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Monthly Archives: May 2004

Valdez Ferry Terminal

Alucobond, Valdez Ferry Terminal, KPS, Alaska

Project Name: Valdez Ferry Terminal
Project Location: Valdez, Alaska
Alucobond Materials: 5,000 sq. ft. of 4mm
 Champagne Metallic
Year of Installation: 2004
Architect: Jensen Yorba Lott, Inc., 
Juneau, Alaska
Fabricator: KPS
, North Vancouver, Canada
Installer: North Pacific Erectors, 
Douglas, Alaska
Attachment Method: KPS rain screen 
dry joint “A” System
Images: Ken Graham Photography
Award-Winning Marine Terminal Features Alucobond® Material
The Alaska Marine Highway System had a history of using wooden buildings, which related to the traditional style of ferry terminals. Yet, in keeping with the System’s move to high technology in equipment, facilities and computerized reservation systems, Alucobond Material was chosen for the cladding of its new Valdez ferry terminal building, completed in late 2004. Smaller dockside structures were also clad with the material. (more…)


Norm Dicks Government Center

Alucobond Plus, Norm Dicks Government Center, Keith Panel Systems, Washington

Project Name: Norm Dicks Government Center
Project Location: Bremerton, Washington
Alucobond Materials: 20,000 sq. ft. of
 Alucobond Plus; 
Aged Penny, Bremerton Silver,
 Grey Velvet
Year of Installation: 2004
Architect: LMN Architects, 
Seattle
Fabricator: Keith Panel Systems
, N. Vancouver, British Columbia
General Contractor: Skanska USA
, Seattle
Attachment Method: KPS pressure equalized 
rainscreen A system
New Government Center Symbolizes Positive Change
A shining vertical rectangle of Alucobond® Plus Material calls attention to the exterior of the new government center in Bremerton, Washington – a building that is in many ways symbolic of positive change for the city and Kitsap County. (more…)


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