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MAY 2017

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4 In This Issue MAY 2017 FEATURES VOL. 17, NO. 3 NEVER AGAIN 66 The Case of the Scrubbed-Off Power Plant Coatings A hot and humid environment when coating a coal-fired power plant in South East Asia? Premature failures were still not acceptable. 38 Workout for YMCA Roof A storm damaged two roofs of a Florida YMCA, but donated labor and sustainable materials brought it back to its former glory. 44 Concrete Floor Jet Set Two hangar floors need to be chemical-, stain-, and impact-resistant at this private airpor t. "Cabin pres- sure" not expected. 52 Coatings: Keystone for Bridge Finding lodging for the 55- to 65-person out-of-state crew on this bridge recoat turned out to be one of the easier challenges. 60 From the Depths of the Pit The crew brought this food manufacturing facility's wastewater pit to new heights by cleaning, blasting, and coating. 44 GROUND CONTROL ON THE COVER Recoating the Belle Vernon/Speers Bridge in Western Pennsylvania meant massive amounts of scaffolding, various coatings systems, and housing considerations for the out-of-state crew. —Photo courtesy of Titan Industrial Services, Inc. 52

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