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JAN 2018

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COATINGSPRO JANUARY 2018 11 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 Or mail to: Editor, CoatingsPro Magazine, 4501 Mission Bay Dr ive, Ste. 2G, San Diego, C A 92109 This Month On: Letters Web Content @Coating sProMag coating /Coating sProMag CoatingsPro On the Go Sign up for a free print (in the United States) or digital subscription at Editor, ank you so much for the article "Convention Center Upgrade Includes New Kitchen Floor Recipe" [CoatingsPro Magazine, September 2017]! I think it was done very well, and I couldn't be happier. Ray Gutoski Phoenix, AZ anks for the thoughtful note, Mr. Gutoski! Each issue, we look forward to sharing the successes of some of the industr y's stars, and it was exciting to be able to share the stor y of Oakridge Industries' work. For those who want to know more, we followed up that article with a ProFILE of the contracting compa- ny's sales manager in the September issue (CoatingsPro, "Evolution in the Field "). ~Editor Editor, I was forwarded the link for the article titled "Coated SPF Roof Gone to Market" [CoatingsPro website, August 2017]. As usual, it was well done, and we're excited to be part of that project. Tim Lockhart Niagara Falls, NY Mr. Lockhart, ank you for your comment. It's great to be able to share projects from the contrac- tor's point of view, and our online-only articles help us achieve that. ey can be great for those who might not have the time to read our longer works in print, and we look forward to hearing more from your customers. ~Editor Online Only Check out our online-only articles this month: How you can use a scorecard to predict the project's success, nine secondary containment installations, five new roof coatings for a school in Mississippi, and more! articles and Feature: Crossing Delaware River e Walt Whitman Bridge crosses the Delaware River to connect Pennsylvania and New Jersey. e suspension bridge project required removal of the lead-based coatings and working from 400-foot (121.9 m) towers. ~Photo courtesy of Corcon, Inc. Feature: Tall Order for Condo is crew had 10 days to finish a new roof coating at a condo facility 10 stories high. It was windy and already late in the season. Could they deliver a successful system before the cold weather hit? ~Photo courtesy of GreenPROChicago, Inc.

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