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Petersen opens new PAC-CLAD manufacturing facility in Washington

Petersen opens new PAC-CLAD manufacturing facility in Washington

The facility will be equipped to provide new and existing customers in the Northwestern U.S. as well as Western Canada with PAC-CLAD steel and aluminum cladding products.


By Petersen | July 5, 2022
Petersen opens new PAC-CLAD manufacturing facility in Washington
Petersen’s facility is located in existing commercial space 30 miles south of Seattle, and will serve customers in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Utah, south to Fresno, Calif., plus British Columbia. Photo courtesy Petersen

Petersen continues to expand the reach of its trusted PAC-CLAD brand by opening a manufacturing facility in Bonney Lake, Wash. The 57,000-sq.-ft. facility shipped its first order in May, and will be fully operational in early 2023. The facility will be equipped to provide new and existing customers in the Northwestern U.S. as well as Western Canada with PAC-CLAD steel and aluminum cladding products, including standing seam roof panels, wall panel systems, plus sheet and coil.

“Petersen’s expansion into the Northwest U.S. and Western Canada follows the success of our PAC-CLAD facility that opened in Phoenix in 2018, which has served the Northwest region and created a foundation of business from architects, specifiers and installing contractors,” said Mike Weis, vice president, sales and marketing for Petersen.

“This facility will allow Petersen to more effectively serve the architectural metal cladding market in the Northwest U.S. and Western Canada. We’re excited about this expansion, and we’re ready to satisfy demand for the trusted PAC-CLAD architectural metal cladding products we’ve been making since 1965,” Weis said. The Bonney Lake manufacturing process is overseen by Lance Valiquette, operations manager.

Petersen’s facility is located in existing commercial space 30 miles south of Seattle, and will serve customers in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Utah, south to Fresno, Calif., plus British Columbia. The Washington location is the seventh for Petersen, joining the company’s other facilities in Elk Grove Village, Ill., Acworth, Ga., Tyler, Texas, Annapolis Junction, Md., Phoenix, Ariz., and Andover, Minn. The address for the new facility is 9817 233rd Avenue E, Suite A, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, and can be reached by phone at 253-501-2450.

Petersen, a Carlisle company, manufactures PAC-CLAD architectural metal cladding systems in multiple gauges of steel and aluminum. PAC-CLAD products include hidden- and exposed-fastener wall panels, standing seam roof panels, flush- and reveal-joint wall panels, vented or solid soffit panels, perforated metal, coil and flat sheet, composite panels, column covers, plus fascia and coping. All are available in a Kynar-based 70% PVDF Fluropon coating in 46 standard colors and 16 wood grain finishes that include a 30-year finish warranty. Most colors meet LEED requirements and are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council. Custom colors and weathertightness warranties are offered. BIM and CAD documents are available for most products. Founded in 1965, Petersen’s facilities are located in Illinois, Georgia, Texas, Maryland, Arizona, Washington and Minnesota. For information on the complete line of Petersen’s PAC-CLAD metal products call 800-PAC-CLAD, visit pac-clad.com or write to info@pac-clad.com.

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