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COATINGSPRO EQUIPMENT 2018 13 3M Safety equipment manufacturer 3M Center St. Paul, MN 55144 (888) 364-3577 www.3m.com Diamatic USA Equipment manufacturer 5220 Gaines St. San Diego, CA 92110 (619) 295-0893 www.diamaticusa.com Husqvarna Construction Products Equipment manufacturer 17400 W 119 th St. Olathe, KS 66061 (913) 928-1000 www.husqvarnagroup.com Metabo Corporation Equipment manufacturer 1231 Wilson Dr. West Chester, PA 19380 (610) 436-5900 www.metabo.com SPE International Ltd. Equipment manufacturer Honeyholes Lane Dunholme, Lincoln LN2 3SU England (844) 377-8100 https://spe.bartellglobal.com Tennant Coatings, Inc. Coatings manufacturer 2454 Louisiana Ave. N Golden Valley, MN 55427 (866) 540-1299 www.tennantcoatings.com Torginol, Inc. Material manufacturer 4617 South Taylor Dr. Sheboygan, WI 53081 (920) 694-4800 www.torginol.com VersaFlex Inc. Material manufacturer 686 S Adams St. Kansas City, KS 66105 (913) 321-9000 www.versaflex.com VENDOR TEAM Team Strategies MSC Floors sets up 5- and 3-person full-time teams right now, usually with a #1 guy, who is the supervisor, a #2 guy, who is the foreman, a #3 guy, manning the mix station, and two laborers. "Our supervisors work with the same crew day in and day out to maintain consistency, continuity, and teamwork to achieve the best possible outcome on all projects," Fitchett said. ey also have a program set up for growth within the company, so someone who started out as a laborer can poten- tially end up running his or her own team down the line. On jobs with this many mobilizations, those 5-person teams combine to fill up the 20 people needed to complete the work. Another thing that's a company-wide policy is follow- ing safety protocols. In addition to daily toolbox talks, the crew wore personal protective equipment (PPE), including eyewear, 3M dust masks, and steel-toed boots, which came from a local boot distributor called Michigan Industrial Shoe. "We supply them with uniforms, PPE, and tools so when they show up on jobsites, they've got everything they need," Fitchett explained. Success All Around In the end, the client loved the finished product. "ey absolutely love it. ey love the way it looks, they like the way it cleans, it's easy to maintain for them. ere are no grout lines to contend with versus tile. e walls are easy to clean and maintain. So overall, they love the appearance, and they love how durable it is as well," Fitchett said. e company has found success in other areas, too. e crew won second place for the commercial concrete in CoatingsPro's 2018 Contractor Awards Program for this project, which means they can say that not only was the system functional and aesthetically pleasing but award-win- ning, too! CP The client was happy with how the systems turned out. "So overall, they love the appearance, and they love how durable it is as well," said Kevin Fitchett, vice president of MSC Floors. Seamless Coating System

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