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Sherwin-Williams Opens Submissions for Impact Award

Thursday, June 20, 2019

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Earlier this week, coatings supplier Sherwin-Williams Protective and Marine Coatings announced that submissions are now open for the annual Sherwin-Williams Impact Award, an honor that marks excellence in water and wastewater projects in North America.

Projects eligible for nomination including new, restored and/or rehabilitated water-related structures using Sherwin-Williams coatings or linings. Besides tanks and towers, eligible structures include water treatment and storage facilities, transmission structures, sewer collection and wastewater treatment facilities.

Sherwin-Williams Wastewater Award

Eligibility requires that the project in question has been completed during 2018. A panel of industry experts will be serving as judges. Evaluation criteria includes project difficulty, challenges overcome, solutions developed, overall satisfaction with the outcome and project uniqueness.

Courtesy of Sherwin-Williams

The 2018 winner was a 3-million-gallon water storage tank in The Dalles, Oregon.

“The commitment the water and wastewater industry demonstrates in protecting and preserving our planet’s most essential resource—water—is unrivaled," said Murray Heywood, North America Market Manager, Water & Wastewater, Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings. "Contractors, specifiers and asset owners are not just concerned about their operations or bottom line. They’re committed to ensuring future generations have access to clean, safe drinking water.

“We take great pride in honoring their contributions to enhancing public safety, protecting assets and extending infrastructure life with the Sherwin-Williams Impact Award.”

Applications can be submitted through the website June 17 through Aug. 16. The award will be presented at the Water Environment Federation’s Annual WEFTEC Conference and Exhibition, which occurs Sept. 23-25 in Chicago.

Last year's award went to HCI Industrial & Marine Coatings Inc. and engineering services provider CH2M Inc. for the restoration of a 3-million-gallon water storage tank located in the city of The Dalles, Oregon, during which the team had to account for smoke from a nearby wildfire, to make sure the pollutant would not absorb into the interior tank coating.

Runners-up also inclded applied coatings for the expansion of the South Bay International Wastewater Treatment Plant in San Diego, California, and an intermediate restoration of a 1-million-gallon elevated water storage tank in Houma, Louisiana. The honorable mention went to repair and restoration work completed for the Benton/Washington Regional Public Water Authority.

   

Tagged categories: Awards and honors; NA; non-potable water; North America; potable water; Program/Project Management; Sherwin-Williams; Tanks; Wastewater Plants

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