What If The Golden Gate Bridge Had Been Hot-Dip Galvanized?

www.designandbuildwithmetal.com – By Philip G. Rahrig, Executive Director, American Galvanizers Association – An iconic landmark known worldwide since its opening in 1937 is the 4,200 foot-long main span Golden Gate Bridge, connecting Fort Point in San Francisco to Marin County. Its name actually comes from the body of treacherous water over which it crosses, originally named …

Valspar Announces Graffiti-Resistant System Protecting All Coil & Extrusion Coatings

MINNEAPOLIS – FEBRUARY 17, 2015 – Valspar is proud to announce that it has developed an ASTM-compliant graffiti-resistant system, which has been tested and approved for all Valspar Coil and Extrusion building products. With communities around the world affected by the defacement, graffiti resistance and removal solutions are needed more than ever,

PortMiami Tunnel Case Study

It’s Friday and we wanted to bring you something special today. Our good friends over at PPG recently sent us a case study to share with all of you. PPG was involved in the project with the use of their coatings products, Duranar XL and Duracron. Take a read and let us know what you …