In This Issue...
by Michael P. Reina, P.E., KTA-Tator Inc.
Testing at five major-league baseball stadiums offers insights into paint performance.
by Gary Henry
Time and weather take an additional toll on a century-old cathedral damaged in the 1995 Oklahoma City terrorist attack.
by Arthur Kravchenko, Vicki Demarest and George Daisey, The Dow Chemical Company
Improvements in acrylic latex technology reflect the future of acrylic polymers.
by Mason Knowles, Mason Knowles Consulting LLC
Spray polyurethane foam can improve building envelope performance, but is no magic cure.
by John Canning & Co.
An interior restoration reveals a century-old treasure of Beaux-Arts elegance.
by Amy Woodall. Editor in Chief
by Todd Scharich, American Society of Concrete Contractors
Decorative concrete plays a ‘roundabout’ role in making America’s roads safer.
Readers share advice on judging substrate characteristics prior to coating application.
by Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC
Wood is one of our most used and adaptable building materials — staining, coating and other treatments can enhance and protect it outdoors.
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