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Highly Specified Floor for School Kids

The client, which has four different locations, wanted to complete the reworking on one of the building’s floors during winter break. There were no staff or children to work around, but the crew only had one week to complete the job. That meant no time for mockups, mistakes, or slow-cure coatings.

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San Diego Roofers Go Green

According to Paul Batista, vice president for San Diego Roofing, the company used green products to complete approximately 12 to 15 projects this year. He claims that this is due to increased customer interest in green coatings, particularly over the last 10 years.

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Dealing With Project Conflict on a Jobsite

A project team was separated only by the locked doors to the two trailers that sat side by side on their wastewater treatment project site. Every day for six months, the owner’s team and the contractor’s team filled their days with writing letters. Sending them back and forth, they literally emailed more than 1,200 letters. The purpose of each letter was clear: to prove the other side was to blame.

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Nonstop Flight to New Roof Coatings

Three hangars had been leaking for eight years. And with winter on its way, time was of the essence to finally start fixing the leaks.

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5 Things to Do Before Tackling Garage Floor Coatings

Before starting the process of applying a coating system to a garage floor, there are a few items that must be tackled. As a professional floor coating crew, what should you be paying particular attention to?

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12 Elements of a Great Leader

All great leaders have several factors in common. Consider these 12 factors when looking for leaders within your company or if you’re hoping to become one yourself.