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EUGENE, Ore. -- Mohawk Metal is working on its next big project, building maintenance platforms for NATO.
The company made 2.5 million lbs. of metal components for the Amazon Biospheres in Seattle. This includes hand rails, a spiral staircase and outside plate structures.
Mohawk Metal makes steel and aluminum components for structures.
The biospheres look like a jungle inside. They're filled with more than 400 species of plants and trees.
But people can also hang out inside of them. They have banks of tables, secluded meeting nooks and benches that can seat up to 800 people.
The company has also made thousands of signs for McDonald's as well as the gates for Ninkasi and LTD's EMX bus stop.
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