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C. A. Gustafsson Co. has been using and distributing waterproof deck systems since 1961. We specialize in professional installation of GACODECK products and also supplying do-it-yourself kits to customers nation wide.

A family owned business, started in 1948 by Corey A. Gustafsson, we strive to provide a high quality end-product. We pride ourselves in our personal approach with every customer, no matter how big or small the project. Our commitment to excellence has created a first-rate and long lasting reputation in the waterproofing industry.

Corey A. Gustafsson

Born in Norway, Corey Gustafsson immigrated with his family to the US in 1916. They soon arrived in Portland, Oregon where Corey's father, Adolf, became a prominent landscaper. In the 20's and 30's, Corey became a founder of the Cascade Ski Club in Portland, and helped establish ski jumping and skiing in general as a popular sport on Oregon's Mt. Hood. Before WWII, Corey worked for General Electric. During WWII he was in charge of manufacturing skis for the US Army. After WWII he went to work for Mason's Supply Co. of Portland. In 1948, when Mason's Supply decided to get out of contracting, Corey took over that part of the business and Corey A. Gustafsson Company was born. Over the years his company worked on and helped restore almost every major building in Oregon, from the State Capitol building in Salem, to the Meier and Frank Building and Multnomah Public Library Building in Portland.

In 1959-60 Corey was a member of the Jumping Events Race Committee for the VIII Winter Olympic Games in Squaw Valley, California. During the Olympics he served as the Chief of Hill for the ski jumping events.


Click here to see a copy of a commendation letter from the Olympic Organizing Committee.

Corey retired in 1977 and turned the business over to his second son, Erik Gustafsson. Corey passed away in 1993 at the age of 90 years old.


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