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Swinomish Indian Tribe Administration Building

The Swinomish Indian Tribe needed to expand their current administration office space, and with their federal grant set to expire, they turned to modular construction. Pacific Mobile quickly provided a modular building featuring a standing seam metal gable roof with a 512 hinged roof system and two custom timbered entries created for this building to achieve a specific look and feel. Oversized windows offer an abundance of natural light. The interior features nine-foot ceilings throughout, floor-to-ceiling dividers in the bathrooms, and lacquered and stained trims. The mechanical system was placed in the ceiling to maximize the square footage of the building for office space.

In addition to providing the administration building, Pacific Mobile also provided a Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) Restroom in partnership with the KCDA Purchasing Contract. The CMU restroom is a 100% contained restroom building on a concrete slab.

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