Alaska Airlines HQ Lockers | Visual Display Surfaces | FRP | Bike Racks
Owner: Alaska Airlines
General Contractor: Howard S. Wright
Client: Howard S Wright
Alaska Airlines has served as a symbol of the adventurous spirit of the Pacific Northwest since their founding in 1933 and their impressive growth has led to a new headquarters in SeaTac in the shadow of the airport. This impressive project served as a chance for us to highlight our own growth providing several products from our new expanded offerings.
“This impressive project served as a chance for us to highlight our own growth providing several products from our new expanded offerings”
facilitating collaboration and protection
Communication and collaboration are a top priority in the aviation industry and visual display surfaces are sure to facilitate this throughout the entire building. The last thing Alaska Air wants their employees to be concerned with is the safety of their personal property and we couldn’t agree more as such we provide over 600 locker spaces to allow for secure storage. Purses and wallets aren’t the only items that need storing however and for the intrepid individuals will to brave the elements and bike to the office Alaska Air, which provided an indoor bike storage room complete with repair and tire inflation station. Finally to protect the corridors from bike traffic (accidents) fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) panels were used to keep the walls looking unscathed while remaining easy to clean. While many of the employees will see to the safety of their customers 35,000 feet in the air, PBS was pleased to do our part for the client on the ground level!