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This 18,220 sq. ft. facility houses shops for both automotive and heavy equipment maintenance. A centralized parts room and machine shop, a covered fuel island and a huge downdraft paint booth complete the complex. Large skylights flood workspaces with natural light. Composed of tilt-up concrete panels capped by sloping metal roofs, the building shell is scaled to blend into the surrounding neighborhood.

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SLF Architects
Photography: Michael Jensen
Awards: Bonneville Power Administration for energy conservation; Washington Aggregate & Cement Assoc. for use of tilt-up concrete
Telephone: 360-249-4011 | © 2006 SL&F Architects