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JAN 2009

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JANUARY 2009 Seaside Steel Re-roof PAGE 40 FEATURES 32 THEME PARK FLOOR PUSH With two floors, each over 6,000 sq. ft., and strict job site requirements — as well as an intense design stage — the recoating project at a popular theme park required careful planning and round-the-clock work. 40 RE-ROOFING PARADISE When the steel roofs at a seaside resort began to fail, not only did the applicators have to battle loca- tion, weather, and a tight deadline — they had to work around guests as the resort stayed open dur- ing the project. 48 POLYUREA TEAM KEEPS FOUNTAIN FLOWING Leaks in the showcase fountain at the famed Skirball Center threatened to sideline events at the museum. Could the coatings crew repair the 5,000 sq. ft. concrete basin in time for a scheduled wedding? 86 COATING THE CHATHAM TANK The rehab and repainting of the interior and exte- rior of a 1,420,000 gallon steel water tank located in a Chatham, New Jersey suburb called for aggressive coatings and an aggressive crew. 6 CoatingsPro J January 2009 SPECIAL SECTION 56 COMPANY PROFILE 2009 Take a closer look at some of the key players throughout many phases of the coatings industry. NEVER AGAIN 80 FARMER'S CONCRETE FLOOR IS NIGHTMARE CROP When the new concrete floor in a utility building began to prematurely fail, the farmer knew he had a problem. Was it a case of poor surface preparation, or something more? ON THE COVER J The clock was ticking. With a tight deadline and approximately 13,000 sq. ft. of rehab work stretched over two dining hall floors in separate hotels at a popular Florida resort and a tight deadline, the coatings crew wanted to get started as soon as possible. However, the resort's engineering staff kept adding up-front delays to the process — ultimately eating into the start of the project. Could the crew rally and meet the still looming deadline? Or were they doomed to overtime before they even set foot on the floors? Photo courtesy of PremUS of Orlando, Inc. Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company P COMPANY ProFILE 2009 A s 2009 begins, CoatingsPro Magazine offers you the opportunity to take a closer look at some of the key players throughout many phases of the coatings industry. Following is our annual Company ProFILE section of the magazine. We hope it provides you with a wealth of background information and an excellent resource as we embark on a new year. Look to each of these companies for exciting developments this coming year. AP/M Permaform J ProFILE 2009 Action Products Marketing Corp. (AP/M PERMAFORM) offers the widest selection of proven solutions from our technology toolbox to ensure the highest quality products and services available on the market today. For the renewal and reconstruction of sewer manholes and similar substructures such as wet wells, lift stations and catch basins. For 25 years, we have offered a complete tool box of trenchless solutions. We are manufacturers of corrosion resistant 100% solids protective epoxies and concrete structural mortars and grouts. These products can be easily applied with our patented Bi-Directional spincaster, were 90% of the work is done safely from the street. We work with both certified applicators as well as municipalities to prevent and reduce water inflow and infiltration throughout the sanitary sewer collection system. What's in your toolbox? Write in Reader Inquiry #XXXX AP/M PERMAFORM 6250 Beaver Drive, Suite 1 Johnston, IA 50131 (800) 662-6465 www.permaform.net 56 CoatingsPro J January 2009 Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009

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