Reynolds Polymer Technology plans to open its Grand Junction manufacturing facility to the public for an event scheduled for Oct. 16.
A community open house is set for 3:30 to 7 p.m. at the facility, located at 607 Hollingsworth St. The event will offer tours as well as an informal, backyard party atmosphere.
Reynolds Polymer manufactures acrylic and polymer products, including panels used in aquariums and swimming pools as well as architectural features and scientific applications.
“Everyone is welcome to get a sneak peek into the process of a local product that the entire community should be proud to say is made in Grand Junction,” said Bri Edry, marketing and sales director for Reynolds Polymer. “This open house is to build on Reynold’s local awareness and to introduce our business to potential job seekers.”
The executive team of the company will be available to answer questions and conduct interviews.
Reynolds Polymer has completed a total of more than 2,000 installations of acrylic panels in 60 countries around the world. Those projects include the 50-foot-tall AquaDom aquarium in a Berlin hotel, a 130-foot indoor waterfall at the Changi Airport in Singapore and LUX-ZEPLIN experiment in South Dakota to detect dark matter.
For more information about Reynolds Polymer, log on to www.reynoldspolymer.com.