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Why Your Bridge Needs a Good Bake Sale

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

Americans are great innovators. We develop the coolest technological toys. From perso...


But What about the Men?

From Women in Coatings by Cynthia O'Malley

Our industry will never achieve the benefits of gender equality with only one gender ...


Driving Data from Disco to Digital

From Coatings Consult by Warren Brand

For nearly 30 years, I’ve watched, fascinated, as technology in the coatings industry...


The More Things Change ...

From Women in Coatings by Cynthia O'Malley

I recently had the rare opportunity to sit and have an extended conversation with a l...


Lead: Much Ado about Nothing?

From Coatings Consult by Warren Brand

I can think of few corrosion protective materials more durable, functional and versat...


Going Beyond the ‘Good Old Boys’

From Women in Coatings by Cynthia O'Malley

Where are the women in coatings, and why aren’t there more of them?


Learning (Yes, Really) from Al Jazeera

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

Last week on our bridge demo project, I ran into a news reporter I know who hopes to ...


Playing on a Field Not Remotely Level

From Women in Coatings by Cynthia O'Malley

The Women in Coatings group was formed in 2010 as part of SSPC: The Society for Prote...


How Much Does a Bad Paint Job Cost?

From Coatings Consult by Warren Brand

I’m passionate about everything pertaining to our industry. I have one company that c...


Land Mines on the Road to Safety

From On the Contrary by Simon Hope

I never cease to wonder at the depths to which individuals will lower themselves for ...


Closing Thoughts

From Editorial License by Karen Kapsanis

Years ago, when I joined JPCL as the editorial assistant, I told myself that I...


The Perils of O-Ring Thinking

From Coatings Consult by Warren Brand

When it comes to failure, there are causes, and then there are causes.


Up a Tree ... without a Password

From Editorial License by Karen Kapsanis

Sometimes, I think living in the Information Age is like trying to get into some kid’...


Hot Times, Cool Opportunities

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

It’s time to talk about climate change—and I don’t mean arguing about whether it’s ha...


Congratulations on Your Engagement

From Rules of Engagement by Pamela Simmons

Today the word “engagement” does not so much mean moving to the next level with your ...


Construction Still Low on High Tech

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

Construction is one of the last industries to embrace technology—or so it seems. If s...


Congress Teaches the ABCs of OPJ

From On the Other Hand by Mary Chollet

Nobody loves abbreviations like the folks in Washington, DC (an abbreviation itself),...


Infrastructure Needs a Good PR Firm

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

Which would you notice first? Money missing from your Social Security check, or a pat...


Business Building: Investing in ‘Yes’

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

I’m often amazed when I watch other contractors interact with owners.


Casting a Vote for Infrastructure

From Editorial License by Karen Kapsanis

I really don’t like leap years, mainly because they are the years when the campaign f...


Social Media: Y U Should ‘Like’ It

From Rules of Engagement by Pamela Simmons

Social media isn’t new, but you wouldn’t know it from some people in the coatings ind...


Rebuilding a Skilled Workforce

From Hard Hat Geek by Robert Ikenberry

Recently, McGraw-Hill Construction went looking for skilled labor. Turns out, they we...


Print vs. Digital: The Ultimate Partnership

From Rules of Engagement by Pamela Simmons

Google the words, “print dead” and you’ll come up with countless articles, polls, and...


One for All?

From Editorial License by Karen Kapsanis

I recently heard that some owners change a contract by replacing an “SSPC-certified c...


 
 
   

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SAFE Systems, Inc.
Enduroguard -
The Tough Cable
for a Tough Industry.

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US Minerals
US Minerals -
Black Magnum

With nationwide production and distribution capabilities, U.S. Minerals supplies a complete range of coal slag and other abrasives to meet all of your blasting needs.


Midsun Specialty Products
Self-Healing Field Repairs

Use Stopaq corrosion prevention coatings on pipelines, field joints, tank chimes, structural steel and more. Learn more at www.midsunsp.com/stopaq


Carboline Company
Hyrdrocarbon Fire & Jet Fire Protection

Pyroclad X1 is the latest breakthrough in epoxy based intumescent fireproofing technology


Clemco Industries Corp.
Powerful Protection in a Small Package

Mounts inside blast helmet, alerts operator to dangerous breathing-air condition by audible, visual, and vibratory alarms. Easily calibrated, battery operated.


Polygon
POLYGON - Temporary Humidity Control

We specialize in innovative climate control solutions for industrial painting, utilizing alternative energy sources and combining desiccants with heating or cooling.


Hempel (USA) Inc.
HEMPEL PROTECTIVE COATINGS

Efficient systems and high quality products to reduce your maintenance costs. Visit Hempel Protective for more information.


Elcometer, Inc.
Elcometer 266
DC Holiday Detector

Easily Finds Pinholes, Flaws & Thin Spots; Safer, More Reliable Testing; Voltage-Adjustable Keypad; Dual-Safety Switch On Handle.


KTA-Tator, Inc. - Corporate Office
KTA-Tator
Coatings Inspection

Any structure, any height, any place - A qualified coatings inspector is always available. Call 800-245-6379.

 
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