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December 21, 2012

ALPOLIC ACM Panels Transform Washington Bank Franchise

ALPOLIC ACM Panels Transform Washington Bank Franchise
Project:Bank of America
Location:Tukwila, Washington
Fabricator/Installer:Bestworth-Rommel, Inc; Arlington, WA
Architect:Gensler; Seattle, WA
General Contractor:Swinerton Builders; Bellevue, WA
Exterior Panel Manufacturer:ALPOLIC
Products:4mm ALPOLIC PE ACM; Custom Red, Bone White
Completion:June 2009

Praised for their Corporate ID Program, ALPOLIC has made branding more efficient than ever. With colors, stock sizes, and attachment systems predetermined for your needs, corporate imaging has improved in ease and consistency, while simultaneously reducing cost and process time. For the fabricators at Bestworth-Rommel, these were deciding factors in using ALPOLIC for their work on the new Bank of America branch in Tukwila, Washington.

Featured on the exterior walls, fascia, and soffits, the ALPOLIC panels – in Bank of America program red – provided a modern look for the new building while remaining uniform with other branches. Faced with a relatively short time frame to complete the large and complicated branch, ALPOLIC’s availability and ease of fabrication allowed the building to be finished in a timely and affordable manner.

According to Charlie LaNasa of Bestworth-Rommel, “Performance is key to the usefulness of a product to achieve a branding concept. ACM in general, and ALPOLIC in particular, provides the best formability for the weight and cost”.

images and information © Bestworth-Rommel, Inc

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