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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

On a coating job, what is the normal meaning of the term "hold point"?

A point when you're waiting for one coat to dry before application of another
A pay item
A point where production is stopped for inspection prior to moving on to the next step
A stoppage to resolve a conflict between the contractor and the owner or his representative

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