SonaSpray K-13 applied to control the deafening noise generated by fans, improve lighting & the aesthetics.
Home to the Seahawks and Mariners, the Seattle Kingdome also serves as a venue for major events. Shortly before a Mariners game, falling ceiling tiles forced the facility to be closed, leaving Seattle without a stadium. Project officials needed a versatile and effective replacement in a hurry.
The new ceiling had to provide superior stadium acoustics and lighting control, match a specific colour for visibility and create an attractive finish for the scalloped surface. Equally important, the installation had to be completed in less than 26 days.
SonaSpray K-13 effectively met all the project requirements. A 50mm thick coat of specially matched colour K-13 was applied to control the deafening noise generated by fans, improve the lighting and aesthetics of the stadium and proved to be a highly effective noise reduction insulation.
Given the go-ahead on September 28th, work began on October 4th. This 400,000 square feet project was completed 19 days later - a week ahead of schedule.
Superior stadium acoustic control, custom colours, reduced acoustic reverberation, ability to conform to any substrate configuration and an attractive, uniform texture made SonaSpray K-13 the best ceiling finish choice for the Seattle Kingdome.