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Rescuing an iconic symbol of the WWII home front

From JAC, August/September 2009



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by Burt Olhiser, Vantage Point Consulting

Restoration team muster its expertise, energy to rehabiliate and adapt significant example of Albert Kahn industrial designs...
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Tagged categories: Adaptive reuse; Albert Kahn; Fluoropolymer; Metals; Paint and coatings removal; Polyurethane; Preservation; Restoration; Surface preparation; Vantage Point Consulting

Comment from Michael Pasquarella, (8/26/2010, 10:50 AM)

I found this article quite interesting. What coating were used on this project, in order to complete the task within the tight timeline?


Comment from Burt Olhiser, (8/30/2010, 10:18 AM)

You might have missed this Michael as it's in the article, but moisture cured urethanes from Sherwin Williams is what were used throughout the job. As these allowed work to proceed on all but the most severe rain days.


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