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JAN 2013

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January 2013 Parking Structure Project P age 40 Features C B h 40 P A rooftopsparking structure project during one of arking truCture rew eats the eat Southern California's longest-lasting heat waves puts this coatings crew in the proverbial hot seat 46 rooF Coatings Crew keePs its Cool High winds, searing temperatures, and a tight deadline on a 180,000-square-foot (16,722.55 m2) roofing project makes this Arizona team feel like a cat on a hot tin roof 52 Med Center ConCrete Cure 74 PiPeline rehaB À la Carte speCial seCtion 60 C oMPany P ro File 2013 Take a closer look at some of the key players from all aspects of the coatings industry. never again 80 Coatings Failure analysisGalvanized Avoiding coating failures on Hot Dip (HDG) metal begins with understanding process. This Connecticut coatings crew doctors up a set of blueprints before applying 55,000 square feet (5,109.67 m2) of coatings at a new-build medical center on tHe WeB Operators at a Southwestern power plant are hungry for a quick fix when their underground cooling system shows signs of failure. This coatings crew serves up a crazy-strong epoxy sandwich—and that's just the main course On the COver (A) g Coatings crew doctors blueprints to help find Rx for med center floors. WWW.CoatingsproMag.CoM Follow us on: —Photo courtesy of Dur-A-Flex TM On the COver (B) g It's hard for a crew to keep cool while coating a metal roof in the desert. —Photo courtesy of Heat Guard Today 8 CoatingsPro g January 2013

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