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Rolling Hills Community Church

ALPOLICĀ® / Mitsubishi Chemical Composites America Inc.

Ankrom Moisan Architecture of Portland, OR, utilized nearly 10,000 sq. ft. of ALPOLIC® ACM (aluminum composite material) in its design of the Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin, OR.

Mitsubishi Chemical FP America Inc. of Chesapeake, VA, manufactured the 4mm-thick, Medium Bronze Metallic-finished material, which features .020” aluminum skins and a polyethylene core. It was fabricated into panels and then installed by Skyline Sheet Metal Inc. of Troutdale, OR, using two types of Skyline rainscreen attachment systems: SSMRV (reveal molding aluminum extrusion) and SSMFS (face sealed rout & return).

P & C Construction of Gresham, OR, was the project’s general contractor.

About ALPOLIC® / Mitsubishi Chemical Composites America Inc.

ALPOLIC Meet the SupplierALPOLIC® Metal Composite Materials are high-quality aluminum and metal composite panels manufactured in Japan, Germany and the United States. The company's Chesapeake, Virginia facility began production in 1991 and is home to Mitsubishi Chemical Composites America. The company is a North American standard-setter for innovation and quality, with an unsurpassed selection of colors and finishes. Manufacturing, distribution and support capabilities extend worldwide. ALPOLIC® Metal Composite Materials are among the most versatile and useful architectural materials available. They offer the rigidity of heavy-gauge architectural metals in a lightweight composite material, with a standard polyethylene or fire-resistant core. For more information about ALPOLIC® call 800-422-7270 visit www.ALPOLIC-Americas.com.

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