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Originally published August 25, 2014 at 9:34 PM | Page modified August 25, 2014 at 9:45 PM

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Artsy wide angle of Boeing’s work

Crews are adhering thousands of panels to create giant aerospace-themed murals on the factory doors at Boeing’s Everett plant.


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The factory doors at Boeing’s Everett plant, seen along the north side of Highway 526 (the Boeing Freeway), are getting a new look. Crews are adhering thousands of panels to create giant aerospace-themed murals. Employees voted on the design.

The murals replace a set installed in 2006 that earned a listing in Guinness World Records as the largest digital graphic.

The doors are more than 80 feet tall and range from 300 to 350 feet wide, the length of a football field.

The plant is the final-assembly center for the 747, 767, 777 and 787. It is the largest building in the world by volume.



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