December 8 - December 12, 2014

Bill Gates and other private owners of an otherwise-sound bridge are under pressure to paint it. What maintenance duties do private owners of infrastructure have?

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Maintenance for safety and operation only 55%
Maintenance for safety and appearance 42%
Maintenance for appearance only 4%

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Bridges; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Infrastructure; Infrastructure; Latin America; Maintenance coating work; Maintenance programs; North America; Program/Project Management

Comment from David Cerchie, (12/8/2014, 7:43 AM)

I can't believe PaintSquare is "buying in" to this totally ridiculous statement about Bill Gates having any responsibility for this rail bridge. The bridge is owned by a public corporation with numerous individual shareholders, any one of which would have the same lack of management control over the affairs of the company. Singling out Bill Gates, in my opinion, should be addressed with a defamation lawsuit against anyone publishing a negative statement regarding him.

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