Tuesday, March 8th, 2011
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The popular wall panel Prestige Series (PS12) is now available in multiple reveals and rib options for increased design flexibility. PS12 is available in 24 gauge for soffit and fascia use, and 22 gauge for vertical or horizontal wall applications. To request a sample panel, or to request additional information, contact AEP Span at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kenmore Jr. High School
AEP Span is proud to highlight the innovative use of our versatile Klip Rib panel at Kenmore Jr. High School, in Kenmore, Washington. While Klip Rib is the favored panels of many designers using AEP Span products for schools, Lake Pointe Metals in Bothell, WA, used Klip Rib panels as a wall application to great effect. Other panels used included PS-12 for the soffit, and Box Rib on the rear walls.
Project: Kenmore Junior High School
- Klip-Rib as a wall panel
- PS-12 for the soffit
- Box-Rib on the rear walls
Other notes about the project:
- Building has approx 85 squares of 24ga Klip-Rib in Colonial Red and Metallic Champagne
- Champagne panels were used in a vertical wall application.
- 2 squares of PS-12 used as soffit panels
- Approximately 50 squares of flat sheet used for the project
Contractor: Lake Pointe Metals
Contact: Dean Peterson
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