Friday, April 15, 2011
Design, build and Installation of a new 5 foot Island Hood System.
The hood is made from 16 Ga Hot Rolled Steel w/ "Hot Wax" Finish.
Larry Rohan Furniture designed and constructed all the custom cabinets and Island.
GEMKOW AND SOLI/TERRY COLLABORATION NAMED
2009 OVERALL PROJECT OF THE YEAR
Whidbey Island, September 29, 2010
Spring Home and Garden 2011 - Whidbey
The back of the Logo is lit with 30 pcs of 12" long LED light strips
Body of Logo itself is made from 14 Ga Stainless Steel fully welded and "Angle Hair" finished.
Preview of the Exterior Siding Details.
This System is made from 16 Ga hot rolled steel and is fixed to the building using both exposed fasteners and cleats.
Carefully Trimmed and Fit into a 1" deep recess in the Polished Concrete floor
Preview of the 1" thick Aluminum Grating " Walk off mat
Sue Ellen White / For the Examiner
Setting a custom-made metal grate in the lobby of Whidbey Telecom's new Freeland
customer center, Tim Leonard of Heavy Metal Works in Langley is one of many local
artisans and companies working on the building.
Photo also By Sue Ellen White
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While I'm here I need to shout out to Flat Rock Productions. They (Along with the Owners) dreamed UP just about all of these metal features! I would also like to thank GEMKOW Const for all of there help and support!
Great collaboration all around!
In Langley, Wash., togetherness comes one citizen at a timeMike McMahon, who left South Whidbey as a teenager, returned to the island to open Olde World Ales and Lagers in Langley. He worked with local metal artist Tim Leonard on the brewery interior, and the coffee shop next door on a sweet ale dubbed "Useless Bay Sweet Espresso Stout."
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