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  • o u r v isio n our vision Over the past twenty years, Adolfson & Peterson Construction (A&P) has been committed to building sustainable projects throughout the Southwestern United States. We have been one of the industry leaders in building Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified projects and high performance green buildings. As we evolve as an industry and as an organization, so does the way we conduct business. Our mission is simple but steadfast; to outperform the industry in all that we do by - • Cultivating client loyalty • Nurturing a safe, collaborative workplace • Creating a culture that rewards performance and innovation • Having a positive impact on the communities in which we work • Building high performing teams • Creating a sustainable business that increases the value of our company for our employees, clients and the local communities in which we operate Our goal is to be a sustainable business -- doing that requires we redefine the term sustainable. Going beyond green building, we take into account the purpose of the projects we undertake, the communities impacted by our operations and our own business practices. We take pride it the fact that we were awarded Arizona AIA General Contractor of the Year, are one of AZ Business Magazine’s Most Admired Companies, and have been ranked among the Phoenix Business Journal’s Best Place’s to Work for the last five consecutive years. We understand to be a truly sustainable organization -- it’s more than what we do, it’s who we are. Bryan Dunn Vice President | Southwest
  • sustainable def. A sustainable project does not necessarily follow a certification or rating system. At A&P, we define sustainable in terms of building components that reduce life cycle costs, the end goal of projects themselves, our own business practices and our impact on the local community. To us, sustainable is simply - using resources to meet current needs, while lessening the impact on the environment for future generations. This can be a state-of-the-art LEED Platinum facility or a neighborhood revitalization project. As one of the nation’s leading green builders, Adolfson & Peterson Construction has over 130 LEED accredited professionals on staff and 40 LEED certified or registered projects of various levels completed or underway. While we are experts in green building -- sustainable is much more than building green. It defines our business practices with a LEED Gold office building, hybrid vehicles in the fleet, in-house carbon footprint reduction programs, and job site recycling on all sites, among other initiatives. The term sustainable truly resonates throughout our organization as an underlying principle in all we do. It even defines the markets in which we excel at delivering projects... ne i ghbo r h o o d rev i t a l i z ation com m ercial redevel o p me n t URB AN RE N E WAL a da p tive re u s e brownfield redevelopment su st a in ab le def . light-rai l S U S TA I NAB L E h e a l th & we l l n e s s T RANSI T-O R I ENTE D DE VE L OP M E N T C OM M U N IT Y- B A S ED educa ti o n mi ssi o n - b a sed st u d e n t h o u s i ng m ixe d-use mu n i ci p a l /re cre a ti o n multi-famil y
  • neighborhood revitalization M atthew H enson HOPE VI Phoenix, Arizona The Matthew Henson HOPE VI development (Henson Village) exemplifies our desire to build sustainable communities. The development, now home to nearly 600 families, was a mixed- financed neighborhood revitalization project using a federal HOPE VI grant program, private equity raised from low- income housing tax-credits and a FHA insured mortgage to revitalize a former public housing site in the Matthew Henson neighborhood of Central Phoenix. Matthew Henson Apartments, Senior Living at Matthew Henson, the Vernell Coleman Youth Center, and the Community Training & Education Center comprise the new Henson Village. The development is a mixed-income community with housing available to families of various incomes (public housing, tax credit and market-rate). The new mix of housing types includes single-family detached homes, multi-family garden apartments, duplex townhouses and a senior complex. Various green building features have been integrated into the community providing great environmental, economic, and social benefits. u rb an re n ewa l During construction, A&P exceeded all MBE / WBE and Section 3 utilization goals on the project (with up to 40% of the workforce at times being from within the community). A&P also contributed to the surrounding community by participating in the Rebuilding Together event, supporting the local Valley Christian Center and Boys & Girls Club, and with donations to the new youth center.
  • u rb a n re n ewa l “McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc. was delighted with the collaborative efforts of Adolfson & Peterson Construction throughout the multi-phased project. I would not hesitate to recommend them as an industry leader in the construction of multi- residential tax-credit projects.” - Michael Saunders, Vice President McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc.
  • u rb a n re n ewa l neighborhood revitalization S kyscape C ondominiums Minneapolis, Minnesota Site logistics demanded careful planning for every element on the 462,000 square foot, 28-story mixed-use project. The building has 11 acres under roof, sits on just one acre of land surrounded by some of the busiest streets in Minneapolis and was built in less than 20 months. This neighborhood revitalization project brings a park-like setting to a downtown urban environment with its large outdoor green roof area on the 6th floor. The project team also coordinated customized finish upgrades for each of the 250 residential units.
  • neighborhood revitalization T hea’s L anding Tacoma, Washington Located on the Thea Foss Waterway, this new 400,000 square foot, seven-story living community is downtown Tacoma’s signature residence featuring 189 apartments, 47 condominiums, and 440 parking stalls. The neighborhood revitalization project also includes 24,000 square feet of retail space that features on-site shopping, restaurants, a sauna and outdoor spa, exercise facility, meditation/yoga room, entertainment lounge, and business center. Thea’s Landing was a pioneering project in the redevelopment of Tacoma’s downtown waterfront. A partnership at both the project and community level was critical to the successful completion. neighborhood revitalization D evine L egacy on C entral Phoenix, Arizona Devine Legacy on Central is a new 65-unit affordable housing community for working families. The workforce housing community will be situated u rba n re n ewal just north of the Native American Community Service Center. Named after long-standing Native American Connections CEO, Diana Yazzie Devine, Devine Legacy on Central will be one of the first affordable housing communities along the Metro light rail route. The urban design will include a mix of studio, one, two and three-bedroom units (lofts, family flats and town homes) and incorporate a number of green building design features. The building will replace an existing vacant, nondescript brick building that once housed a charter school and offices. The project is scheduled for completion in April 2011. Rendering courtesy of Perlman Design Group
  • neighborhood revitalization R ick W eiss A partments Palm Springs, California The Rick Weiss Apartment complex is part of the Desert Aids Project and is an 80-unit special needs affordable housing development serving the HIV/AIDS community. It consists of 48 studio units and 32 one-bedroom units. Other amenities include a pool and nearby access to an on- site laboratory and pharmacy. The Rick Weiss Apartments are part of the overall Desert AIDS Project campus, which also includes the Riverside County Family Health Center. This combination of affordable housing, health care and social services creates an ideal community for persons living with HIV/AIDS. neighborhood revitalization C atherine A rms A partments Phoenix, Arizona A night and day difference from what stood before, Catherine Arms consisted of the full exterior face-lift of a destitute 28-unit rental complex. The tax-credit rental project also included various site u rb an re n ewa l upgrades and new interior finishes in each of the units. Catherine Arms is an affordable, permanent supportive housing community for working families consisting of one-bedroom units. Case management services are provided to homeless residents who are employed or receiving permanent benefits. Located in downtown Phoenix, families will enjoy walking to work, being near the arts and sporting events, light rail access, and being only a few blocks from the ASU Downtown campus. The newly remodeled apartments have an urban design aesthetic and include several two-story lofts.
  • adaptive reuse u rb a n re n ewa l R ainier C onnect C ommunications Tacoma, Washington This adaptive reuse project consisted of the conversion of a 120 year-old historic building in downtown Tacoma into a new 20,000 square foot corporate headquarters for Rainier Connect Communications. The building has a long history and was originally built in 1891 for Pudget Sound Brewing. After several ownership changes throughout the years, the building was abandoned in 1959 and in 1978 found itself on both the Tacoma and National Historic Registers. Construction commenced on the renovation in 2007. In addition to upgraded finishes, the scope of work included seismic upgrades, masonry restoration, new roof on the two-story building, utility work and a new backup generator. adaptive reuse H oltze M agnolia Dallas, Texas The Holtze Magnolia is an award-winning adaptive reuse project that transformed a 1930’s Mobil Oil Corporation office building into an executive extended-stay hotel. The building is considered a historical landmark for the City of Dallas, so to meet requirements for preserving the building’s historical significance, A&P worked closely with the Dallas Historical Society throughout the duration of the project. The 31-story, 300,000 square foot first-class hotel has 200 guest rooms and 130 extended-stay suites. The project included a new three- story atrium, new elevators, preservation of the existing elevator lobby, and new hotel entrance with a pre-cast stone exterior to match the original building.
  • u rb a n re n ewa l brownfield redevelopment R iver P oint at S heridan Sheridan, Colorado Collaboration was key on this large-scale brownfield redevelopment. The first phase of River Point at Sheridan consisted of over 125 acres of site work, including demolition and clearing of a closed landfill and importing fill. It also included reconfiguring the municipal golf course, constructing traffic and pedestrian bridges over the South Platte River, improvements to a U.S. Highway and a Colorado State Highway, relocating the national bike trail along the South Platte River, and coordination of work with Qwest, Excel Energy, the EPA, two local cities, local fire and emergency departments, and the State of Colorado. Later phases included construction of core and shell, and build- outs of majors and inline retail buildings. brownfield redevelopment T empe M arketplace Tempe, Arizona From the largest brownfield cleanup in state history to a 1.3 million square foot lifestyle retail center, Tempe Marketplace dramatically changed the face of the Loop 101 and Loop 202 intersection. The center brought over 20 million shoppers in its first year and created over 4,500 jobs for the local community. A&P was responsible for over 400,000 square feet of core and shell in-line majors and several full build- outs at the retail redevelopment (including the new Target Store). Tempe Marketplace completely transformed the local area from a dangerous, harmful parcel of land into one of the most spectacular lifestyle retail centers in the nation.
  • commercial redevelopment T arget T ucson N orth Tucson, Arizona The new Super Target in north Tucson presented a unique opportunity to utilize the existing strip center (to be demolished) for emergency training. In partnership with Target, A&P invited fire personnel from the surrounding community to perform training for a big box emergency at the vacated Target store. A&P prepared the building for training and provided lunch for over 200 fire personnel as they conducted practice drills over a two day period. A&P has completed over 65 projects for Target Corporation to date from ground-up new stores to complex renovations of operational stores. The Tucson North location presented a number of challenges, including a condensed schedule and other retailers in close proximity remaining open during construction. The team delivered the new 225,000 square foot Super Target in less than half the time a typical Super Target takes to complete. u rba n re n ewal “This practice provided our personnel a better perspective on how to handle a big box emergency. I thank you for your generosity not only to the Tucson Fire Department, but to the entire Tucson community.” - Patrick T. Kelly, Fire Chief City of Tucson
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  • student housing tra n sit- o rie n te d C ampus S uites on the R ail Tempe, Arizona Campus Suites on the Rail is an ideal case study for illustrating thoughtful design within the Tempe Transit Overlay District (T.O.D.). The project fronts the new light rail line and embodies the spirit of transit motion. As one of the early pioneers of redevelopment in the Apache Boulevard area, the team was challenged with a site occupied by three separate mobile home parks. The team worked with residents to relocate them and then managed the abatement of harmful materials on site. The team also faced challenges with existing infrastructure and neighbors in close proximity during construction. The team overcame the challenges and the result is a 731,400 square foot private student housing development that contains 299 residential units and a total of 964 bedrooms in close proximity to Arizona State University. Campus Suites on the Rail brings resort-style amenities to student living with three swimming pools (lap-pool, jacuzzi and large splash pool), a 10,000 square foot clubhouse incorporating a 4,000 square foot gym with private TVs, game room, tanning salons and a rooftop social deck. All units are fully-furnished and include the latest in technology and contemporary appliances. A detached five-story, above-ground parking garage provides 1,000 parking stalls. The development also features 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail fronting the light rail. In addition to innovative building elements, the project itself is a significant contribution to the surrounding area and a perfect example of sustainable, transit-oriented community redevelopment.
  • tra n sit-o rie n te d multifamily housing A pache ASL T rails Tempe, Arizona Apache ASL Trails Apartments will be the premier community for deaf seniors in the nation when completed (already attracting applicants from 19 other states). Situated along the light rail line, the 75-unit tax-credit transit-oriented housing project will create a barrier-free community for deaf seniors. The development will incorporate state-of-the-art technology for its deaf residents and the operating staff will all use American Sign Language (ASL). In addition to the primary design team of WSM Architects, Inc., the owner has retained a deaf architect to ensure lighting and other elements that the deaf have a heightened sense to are incorporated and positioned accurately. Apache ASL Trails is scheduled for completion in August 2011. Rendering courtesy of WSM Architects Inc. mixed-use M ac A rthur P ark M etro Los Angeles, California MacArthur Park Metro is a mixed-use transit-oriented development compromising affordable housing and retail. Situated directly atop the Metro station in Westlake, the most densely populated neighborhood in Los Angeles, adjacent to the most significant public park in the city, the unique site challenges provide the opportunity to create a vibrant new component of downtown Los Angeles. Phase I of the tax-credit project consists of 90-units of wood framed housing built over massive grade beams spanning the subway tunnel. It also incorporates approximately 13,000 square feet of first floor retail space adjacent to the main street, and approximately 3,000 square feet of office space. The first phase of the project is schedule for completion in March 2012.
  • light rail H iawatha L ight R ail Minneapolis, Minnesota A massive coordination effort was involved in the construction of the Hiawatha Light Rail Line that extends from downtown Minneapolis to Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America. Numerous public agencies, architects, engineers and contractors were involved in the overall project. A&P completed 15 of the transit stations along the line, each of which uniquely reflected the neighborhood in which it was located. The A&P team also built the 130,000 square foot maintenance and storage facility (pictured to the left) and performed structural bridge and tunnel work for the new light rail line. t ra nsi t -o ri e nt e d
  • mixed-use T empe T ransportation C enter Tempe, Arizona The Tempe Transportation Center is a true multi- modal facility that integrates light rail, city buses, bicyclist, and pedestrians with a mixed-use building that includes, retail, bike station, City of Tempe offices, community room, transit operations center, and leasable office space. The project is targeted for LEED Platinum certification and is designed to communicate a variety of sustainable strategies to the various people t ra n sit - o rie n t ed who use the facility. Many of the exterior materials were selected to enhance efficiency, such as the fluted masonry and metal paneling systems that provide both shading and heat deflection. The building also has a central plant HVAC system with under floor ducting on the second and third floors. This is one of the most efficient systems to cool and heat a building while providing individual comfort to the occupants. The City also elected to include a first-of-a-kind Sonoran desert roof which reduces “heat island” effects.
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  • co mmu n ity -b a se d This famous Mosaic of the Seven Arts, constructed decades ago by some of the high school’s first art students, was carefully removed from the old auditorium prior to demolition. The piece was meticulously preserved, reconstructed and incorporated into the new performing arts center. A&P and DLR Group unveiled the preserved mosaic at the grand opening.
  • education Coronado High School Modernization Scottsdale, Arizona Rebuilding an entire high school campus over two school years without disrupting the students’ learning environment is quite a feat, but that is exactly what was done during the Coronado High School modernization. The initial phase of the project began with the existing tennis courts and ball fields being demolished and the new 155,400 square foot multi-story classroom building being built in their place. The five separate buildings on the other side of the campus, in their last year of use, would soon be housed in this single structure. The first phase also included a new central plant and concessions, as well as the auxiliary gymnasium remodel. Prior to the 2006-2007 school year, the initial phase of the project was completed and students started the first day of school in the new classroom building. Once the District occupied the buildings, the remaining c o mmun it y - ba se d portions of the old campus were demolished, paving the way for the second phase of the project. The second phase included additions to the gymnasium, a new cafeteria building, a new 827-seat performing arts center, and new athletic facilities (including ball fields). The gymnasium, cafeteria building and ball fields were turned over prior to the 2007- 08 school year, with the auditorium construction finishing in January 2008. The 307,850 square foot modernization ended up adding over 56,000 square feet to the original campus size with minimal student impact.
  • education V errado H igh S chool Buckeye, Arizona Verrado High School, a LEED Silver certified facility, promotes sustainability with components that are estimated to provide the school with a 29% energy savings over a typical school. Key sustainable components of the high school consist of water reduction technologies (both indoors and with landscaping), day lighting, recycled building materials, and improved air quality through low off-gassing paints and adhesives. The facility also uses “21st Century Classroom” principles with flexible classroom space and integration of state-of-the-art technology. Situated in the master-planned Verrado community, the school’s design reflects the surrounding area. education E ngel H all Mesa, Arizona Situated on the Williams-Gateway Campus, Engel Hall (a LEED Gold c o mmun it y - ba se d certified facility) houses the Nursing and Life Sciences programs at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. This building will serve the growing need for healthcare training in the Southeast Valley and will provide space for continued growth of general education offerings on the Williams Campus. With its elegant, bridge-like form and modern materials, the building is designed to set a standard for architectural detailing to be incorporated in future buildings on campus. The project also included a new central plant to replace the existing plant, that will serve both the main campus and the buildings south of campus.
  • health & wellness c o mmu n ity - b a se d T anbara H ealth C enter Tacoma, Washington Part of the overall Salishan Hope community redevelopment, the Tanbara Health Center provides family medical and dental care services, as well as retail pharmaceutical services to the local community. The operator, Community Health Care, has also provided dedicated space within the building to other community outreach and educational programs. The three- story, 34,000 square foot building, with a façade of brick veneer and two types of metal panel systems nicely complements the surrounding residential townhome-style developments. The building contains 12 dental operatories, a pharmacy, community room, 18 medical exam rooms, three procedure rooms and corporate offices. health & wellness A rizona O ncology Multiple Project Locations When U.S. Oncology expanded into Arizona (Arizona Oncology), they knew they could turn to A&P for time-sensitive renovation projects. From the Biltmore Medical Mall to the Phoenix Baptist Hospital Campus, our teams have completed ongoing tenant improvement projects for Arizona Oncology over the last several years. Projects have ranged from office and clinic space build-outs to the installation of a concrete vault housing a Varian linear accelerator. Teams have even run two-shifts on projects to maintain extremely aggressive schedules. A&P was recently awarded its fifth project with Arizona Oncology and we continue to prove our teams can meet all needs of this client.
  • co mmu n ity -b a se d mission-based P resbyterian H omes of N orth O aks North Oaks, Minnesota Presbyterian Homes of North Oaks is a unique senior housing campus that truly focuses on ensuring their residents do not lose contact with the local community. Presbyterian Homes brings the community into the facility through town meetings, open swim hours and a willingness to host community events. The senior housing campus is comprised of an 84-unit independent senior living building, a 44-unit assisted living building, 12-units of memory care, 36-beds of skilled nursing and a town center. The town center includes a performing arts center, fitness center, technology learning center, fine and casual dining, a neighborhood market and private office suites. Residents were able to choose the finishes for their individual units during construction. mission-based L a E ntrada M arketplace Tolleson, Arizona Creating cultural marketplaces that are imbued with local flavor is center to SoMo Development’s mission. A public/private partnership, La Entrada Marketplace is a mission-based retail development in Tolleson, Arizona. The 50,000 square foot marketplace will feature a national grocery store chain specializing in Mexican foods, a Mexican food restaurant and other specialty retail shops. The center will also feature an outdoor amphitheater that will be used to host cultural events for the local community. Sustainable design and construction practices will be utilized on the project. The goal of the development is to create a place where family, friends and neighbors converge to live, work and play. The project has an anticipated completion date of January 2012. Rendering courtesy of Synectic Design, Inc.
  • mission-based Tacoma Goodwill Milgard Work Opportunity Center Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Goodwill’s Milgard Work Opportunity Center provides job training and placement services for people in need. The four-story, 63,000 square foot facility is a LEED Gold qualified building with five times the classroom space of Goodwill’s previous Workforce Development Center built in 1965. The building houses a Distance Learning Theater and REACH, a partnership of educational institutions and nonprofit agencies focused on helping young adults. There is also the Neighborhood Bistro, a public restaurant, and Goodwill’s Coffee Buzz, a coffee shop – both open to the public – along with playcare space for program participants and the agency’s administrative offices. Sustainable elements of the project include a lighting control management system that reduces energy use, low-E glass and sunscreens that lower building heat gain and reduce the life cycle energy cost, and water-saving plumbing fixtures that reduce water use by 30%. c o mmun it y - ba se d
  • municipal S urprise F ire S tation N o. 307 Surprise, Arizona Surprise Fire Station No. 307 is a 10,145 square foot neighborhood station located in a rapid growing community. The station design is grounded in a traditional concept. However, several aspects of the traditional station have been re-thought. The dining room, dayroom and kitchen are organized in an open plan configuration. This creates an opportunity for social interaction, enhancing the bond among the personnel. The dorms are also clustered into a quiet, efficient space. The exterior of the facility is pulling from historic stations though its massing, materials and detailing. The project siting accomplishes efficient apparatus ingress / egress, eliminates an imposing street presence for the surrounding community and maximizes benefits from solar orientation and local breezes. municipal G lobal W ater C enter Mesa, Arizona The Global Water Center is used as a tool for educating the local c o mmun it y - ba se d community about sustainability and water preservation. The LEED Silver certified facility also serves as the operational headquarters for Global Water’s Palo Verde Utilities Company and Santa Cruz Water Company. This design/build project is a showcase for water reclamation and reuse and utilizes a number of sustainable elements. These include non-potable water for all irrigation and flushing toilets, recycled building materials utilized throughout the facility, natural lighting, and high efficiency heating and air-conditioning. The main office building will serve both office operations and their retail service operations while the secondary structure houses maintenance and warehouse operations.
  • recreation c o mmu n ity - b a se d C ottonwood R ecreation C enter “A&P understands the importance of establishing open lines of communication from the outset of the Cottonwood, Arizona endeavor. They have perfected a dynamic course of action that facilitates community involvement and Our team initially faced resistance from the local community streamlines the construction management process on this high profile project for the City of Cottonwood. The for communities and clients alike.” initial perception of a large “out of town” contractor coming into the community was difficult to overcome. The team went - Jason Little, Recreation Manager beyond construction to generate excitement for the project City of Cottonwood and maximize local subcontractor participation (exceeding City goals). We held numerous project update meetings with the public and held several events to involve the community, including beam signing and grand opening ceremonies. The project team also ingrained themselves in the community for the duration of the project. They relocated to the small town, rented homes, ate and shopped locally – in a sense they truly joined the community. By the completion of the project, the perception of A&P had completely reversed and the community of Cottonwood has a facility they are very proud of. Unused contingency was donated back to the Parks and Recreation department. The 50,000 square foot state-of-the-art recreation center is now a focal point for the community of Cottonwood.
  • wh o we a re more than what we do, it’s who we are The surrounding community is a key project component that is often overlooked. Community involvement is a cornerstone at A&P, transcending to even the project level. Whether it is simply taking the time to keep the community informed on progress or donating time and resources to local causes, our culture of giving back is ingrained in all of our employees. Contributing to the community at all levels is the right thing to do. A&P employee, Cory Hanks, volunteering time Adolfson & Peterson Construction gives back to the community at both the national and local levels. Through for Habitat for Humanity. our national corporate giving initiatives, the George & Maya Adolfson Foundation and the WE CARE Fund, A&P donates 10% of our pre-tax profits to fund charitable endeavors across the country. At the local level, we contribute to numerous charitable organizations and support project-specific causes (like donating labor and time to paint the Valley Christian Center near the Matthew Henson neighborhood revitalization project). Beyond the 10% pre-tax profit contributions at the corporate level, A&P has donated over one million dollars directly to local communities in Arizona over the years. In addition, we actively support employees as they donate thousands of hours of their time, talent and energy to local causes. In recent years, A&P employees have volunteered time to numerous local endeavors, including - Chances for Children Susan G. Komen for the Cure 3-Day Breast Cancer Walk Goodman’s Eye for the Good Guy (multiple projects) Valley Partnership (various community projects) - Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Herbert Kiekhefer Boys and Girls Club - Arizona Women’s Education & Employment - The Salvation Army Chandler Corps - Open Inn Children, Youth & Family Services - The Foundation for Blind Children - The Wellness Community Arizona - Tempe Salvation Corps - Community Food Bank - Phoenix Day - Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk Scottsdale Active 20/30 Club - Tu Nidito Children and Family Services Boy’s & Girl’s Club - Teach for America East Valley Child Crisis Center Team Diabetes Block Kids – NAWIC Brokers for Kids - Boys Hope Girls Hope Treasures for Teachers NAIOP - CASS Homeless BBQ’s My Sister’s Place Habitat for Humanity Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Light the Night Walk Target & Hearts of America Library Remodels Wycliffe Associates Gabriel’s Angels
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