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November 8, 2019

First Place: Allied Craft Recognition
255 S. King St. Sodo Towers

Photo provided by Masonry Institute of Washington
United Professionals Caulking & Restoration provided sealant for keeping out moisture and driving rain.

Location: Seattle

Mason contractor: United Professionals Caulking & Restoration

Owner: Sodo Builders

General contractor: Sodo Builders

Masonry Supplier: Atlas Supply

United Professional Caulking & Restoration was the sole-source sealant installer for the Sodo Towers, located on the southern edge of the Pioneer Square Historic District, immediately north and adjacent to CenturyLink Field.

The project included a new Embassy Suites Hotel composed of a 23-story tower and an interconnected eight-story atrium. Installations covered 485,672 square feet of built area.

The much-overlooked sealant provides a barrier against the elements such as moisture, driving rain, standing or pressurized water, drafts, sand and dust.

The owner required all interior trim and carpentry of the towers to be sealed so that all gaps and seams appeared integrated as one. This required sealant work that is rarely seen due to time and expense, and requires exceptional attention to detail, and superior aesthetics and performance.

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