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ALPOLIC Panels Add Aesthetics To New Healthcare Facility
Project:Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital
Location:Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada
Fabricator:Igloo Erectors Ltd.; Calgary, AB, Canada
Architect:IBI Group Architects; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
General Contractor:Ellis Don Construction
Exterior Panel Manufacturer:ALPOLIC
Products:4mm ALPOLIC FR ACM; Custom Colors: SPR Green, GRN Green, BLA White, BRR Red, BEE Beige
Product Supplier:Vicwest; Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Completion:April 2012

In spring of this year, fabricators at Igloo Erectors finished work on the new Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital. The new state of the art facility replaced the previously existing Fort Saskatchewan Health Centre, a 47-year-old structure approximately one-third the size of the new building.

The new hospital features improved, up-to-date emergency and outpatient departments, and is sized to serve the growing and aging population of Fort Saskatchewan and its neighboring communities. The facility now includes 38 acute care beds, an obstetrical program, radiology services, a laboratory and an in-house pharmacy.

ALPOLIC was chosen based on its superior paint finish, flexibility, and flat look without oil canning issues. Featured on the exterior walls and main entrances, ALPOLIC’s “superior performance and precise color matching capabilities” enhance both the integrity and aesthetics of the structure.

photos and information © Vicwest Canada

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