Dow Corning® High-Performance Silicone Building Products Are Now Branded DOWSIL™

Dow Corning construction materials are now DOWSIL™. New brand name. Same trusted products.What does Dow Corning Now Branded DOWSIL mean for customers? A new brand name, but the same trusted materials. Continuing warranty coverage. Stronger service and support. A new, easier-to-use website. And a new world of possibilities.

Over the next year, Dow Corning branded silicone building and construction products will move to the DOWSIL name. Product numbers (e.g., “983”) and descriptors (e.g., “Structural Glazing Sealant”) that are part of the product names today will remain the same, and most material numbers and SKUs will not change. Products will be sold through Dow moving forward.

An Integration Information Center is available at, where customers can find regular updates, integration activity materials, FAQs, and a tool to generate a chemical equivalency certificates for specific products. More information about Dow’s proven high-performance silicone building solutions can be found at

Download a printable copy of the DOWSIL rebranding announcement [PDF].

Last Modified: February 7, 2018

Atlas Supply Expands Business, Opens New Stocking Warehouse in Mountlake Terrace, Washington

Atlas Supply, Inc. - Mountlake Terrace, WashingtonNew Location Will Serve Bellingham to North Seattle

SEATTLE, Washington, Feb. 16, 2018 — Getting the right specialty construction products when and were they are needed is the heart of Atlas Supply’s business. The company is raising the standard of customer-centric service with the opening of its new stocking warehouse in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.

Atlas Supply’s Mountlake Terrace warehouse, which opened in October 2017, is available to local architects, businesses and contractors, as well as commuters to construction projects in Seattle.

It’s a strategic investment we needed to make to better serve our customers. With the current construction climate and added traffic congestion, we want to provide options to our customers, said Jessica McIntosh, Atlas Supply Vice President, Operations.

Atlas Supply’s corporate offices are located in Seattle, Washington. The expansion northward into Mountlake Terrace greatly simplifies access for customers in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and North King Counties. The new location adds to five existing warehouses in Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane and Boise.

About Atlas Supply, Inc.: Atlas Supply was founded in 1917 and is a wholesale supplier of Specialty Building Products for Construction and Industry. Atlas’ products and areas of expertise are New Construction, Remedial Projects, Glass and Glazing, Fenestration, Department of Transportation (DOT), Industrial and Aerospace. For more information about Atlas Supply, visit or the Atlas Supply, Inc. Facebook page.

Media Contact:

Jessica McIntosh
Altas Supply, Inc.
(206) 623-4697

Last Modified: February 16, 2018

We Are Hiring!!

Come join Atlas Supply and work with an exciting team in the industrial/construction supply industry.

We are always looking for great people to join our growing team! If you’re highly motivated with a passion to serve & like to have fun in a team-environment, click on one of the job postings and apply today!

Current open positions below:

Seattle Warehouse Associate/Delivery Driver


Sika Lunch & Learn Programs

NW Lunch & Learn Programs

Sika’s NW team of technical consultants are available to assist architects, engineers, and contractors in meeting the needs of today’s demanding building environments with Sika’s globally proven solutions.

Sika offers educational seminars (both AIA and Sika specific) to ensure your staff is always up to date regarding the most viable solutions.
Whether the need is project specific or if your firm is interested in scheduling a recurring session throughout the year, we welcome the opportunity to meet and inform.
Please review the list of presentations below and contact to schedule date and time.

Joint Sealants – Their Design and Use (SIK400) Joint sealants seal penetrations between construction elements…a critical part of the building envelope.  They prevent ingress of water/moisture into the building interior or through joints/gaps.  They also play a role in the prevention of reinforced concrete corrosion, which can lead to structural failures. *Various sealant types and uses *Proper joint design and sealant selection criteria *Critical success factors and field installation techniques
Liquid Applied Roofing and Waterproofing Membranes (SIK501) Liquid applied membranes should not be confused with coatings.  The effectiveness and versatility of fluid-applied membranes often make them the only viable solution for complex waterproofing problems.  This seminar will focus on the use of such systems as an alternative to conventional roof systems and a solution to challenging waterproofing problems.   The use of these systems in historic preservation, façade repair, and building envelope waterproofing will also be examined.  *Gain an overall awareness of the various fluid applied roofing & waterproofing membranes. *Examine the basic differences between fluid-applied membranes and coatings. *Review field installation considerations.
Repair and Protection of Parking Structures (SIK604) Very few structures are subjected to the extreme traffic demands and continuous exposure to the elements like parking structures.  Attendees will examine the following topics: Parking structure common repair means and methods, Sealant selection and joint design for high traffic areas. Traffic deck coatings – types, design considerations, and installation techniques.
Repair and Protection of Concrete (SIK602) Many years of research and development plus decades of practical experience has enabled Sika to provide systems to restore concrete and masonry structures that have deteriorated due to corrosion, structural damage, water infiltration, seismic activity, reactive aggregates and other means.  Learn why concrete fails and means and methods to diagnose problems.   Explore installation techniques and repair material options + review protection techniques including corrosion inhibitors and crack repair options.

Total Corrosion Management (SIK600) This seminar examines the various root causes of corrosion in concrete and steel frame construction.  Significant emphasis is placed on thorough inspection techniques and design considerations with regard to corrosion repair, control, and management.  Seminar topics include: *Failure mechanisms for steel frame building facades *Strategies to repair and protect steel frame structures to prevent further facade failures. *Review corrosion monitoring means and methods.
Structural Strengthening with FRP Composites (SIK301) Fiber reinforced polymers (FRP) are a proven technology for upgrading and strengthening concrete, masonry, timber and steel structures.  These advanced composite materials have exceptionally high strength, yet are very lightweight and easy to install. They are used for increasing the capacity of existing buildings, seismically upgrading bridges, correcting construction errors and allowing changes in use.   *Why structures need strengthening *Composites strengthening vs. steel *Typical field installation methods
Epoxies in Construction (SIK 607) This program examines the variety of uses for epoxies in modern construction.  Typical applications include bonding agents, floor finishes, protective coatings, adhesive anchoring, crack sealing and structural repair materials.  Seminar goals are: *Establish a general understanding of the types and uses of construction epoxies. *Understand the basic installation techniques and testing methods for epoxy repairs. *Discuss epoxy use for crack repairs, overlays, coatings, and anchoring.

If you have any questions or to schedule your firm’s presentation, contact us at 800-347-5767 or