Project Name: The Vancouver Clinic
Commercial Project: 15,400 SF Clinical Facility
Location: Ridgefield, Washington
Healthcare Facility Overview
The Vancouver Clinic in Ridgefield, WA is part of The Vancouver Clinic’s expansion efforts in greater Southwest Washington. The facility offers community-based care to provide primary care services, including pediatrics, and a new urgent care center to serve patients closer to where they live. The design includes a public galleria space for reception and waiting, fully glazed with a visual connection to the landscaped drop-off area.
Resysta Ceiling and Wall Cladding
The walls and ceiling in the drop off area utilize sustainable and 100% recyclable, Resysta Rice-Hull PVC Composite Cladding. Resysta uses a renewable resource that is replaced in short cycles – rice husks.
Resysta is a zero-emission product as it bonds carbon dioxide in the rice husk, compensating for that arising in production and transport. It is easy to care for, hygienic and does not emit noxious substances, even when milled.
Resysta 4 channel hollow core profiles were used in ceiling and wall cladding in horizontal installations. The Resysta profiles used on this project are stained in FVG C26 Rust.
Resysta 4 Channel Hollow Core Profile:
HDG Building Materials supplied Resysta 4 Channel Hollow Core Cladding profile to the project.
Owner: The Vancouver Clinic
Architect/Design Firm: ZGF Architects
General Contractor: Andersen Construction
Engineers/Planners: MacKay Sposito
Subcontractors: Day CPM, an Otak Division
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