Architecture firms marshal resources to supply health workers with face shields
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Architecture firms marshal resources to supply health workers with face shields

By LYNN PORTER
Journal Staff Reporter

Architecture firms Weber Thompson of Seattle and MZA of Bellevue are helping supply face shields and goggles to fight the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic locally.

Over a two-week period, Weber Thompson plans to print 100 bands — the rigid plastic piece to which the clear face shield attaches to protect the wearer. The bands will be delivered to Seattle Makers, which will attach them and distribute the shields.

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