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MAY 2017

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COATINGSPRO MAY 2017 9 Letters to the editor are always welcome. We reser ve the r ight to edit for space considerations. E-mail responses may be sent to editor@coatingspromag.com. Or mail to: Editor, CoatingsPro Magazine, 4501 Mission Bay Dr ive, Ste. 2G, San Diego, C A 92109 This Month On: coatingspromag.com Letters Web Content @Coating sProMag coating spromag.com facebook.com /Coating sProMag CoatingsPro On the Go Sign up for a free print (in the United States) or digital subscription at www.coatingspromag.com/subscribe Editor, I am out in California this week for the Winter Technical Meeting at the Sealants Waterproofing Restoration Institute (SWRI) and had many members compliment me on the great article (CoatingsPro, January 2017). ank you for that opportu- nity to tell the project's story! Darin Cielocha Omaha, NE Mr. Cielocha, We are happy to be able to highlight your company's work in a feature article. Great to hear that you're getting positive kudos for it, too! ~Editor Editor, I got a chance to read the electronic version of the January issue today (CoatingsPro, January 2017). anks so much for including us in both the profile article and the rooftop project article! ey were great, and we really appreciate the publicity. Being a small business owner, this is very meaningful for our customers and prospects alike. anks and best of success this year! David Welte Chicago, IL Mr. Welte, ank you for the thoughtful note! It's great to hear about the positive publicity. ~Editor Online Only Check out our online-only articles this month: understanding concrete cracks and more! www.CoatingsProMag.com/articles and www.CoatingsProMag.com/videos Feature: All Aboard Bridge Recoat Rehabbing a 1908 viaduct in New Zealand required close attention to the live track, high w inds, lead-based paint, and endangered fauna, just to name a few! ~Photo courtesy of TBS Group Feature: Bird's Eye View Above the view of most of this zoo's residents and visitors, three roofs were showing signs of aging. ~Photo courtesy of AI Property Solutions

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