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Raisin in the Sun

On October 6, 2010 By

A rumor exists that the Golden Gate Bridge has a full-time paint crew that works year round. Urban legend has it that as soon as the painters are finished with the length of the bridge, they return once again to the beginning and repeat. They never cease in the application of the orange vermillion color […]

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A facility required the aluminum window mullions on the building exterior painted. What made the project scope unique is that execution needed to be completed during normal business hours.  Traditional spray equipment would be too disruptive during regular […]

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Case Study

How do you respond with quick thinking solutions and resources when a car crashes through […]

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3 Squares a Day

On September 15, 2009 By

CASE STUDY

A client needed a painting rollout completed on 90 locations in 30 days. 

 

Scope

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By the Light of Day

On September 10, 2009 By

Resicom is much like a vampire- we often do our best work at night.  Our nationwide scalability usually dictates overnight project execution to minimize disruption to facilities’ guests and staff.  Therefore, when asked to paint a store during the day, we had to shift gears and mindset […]

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Painting in the Rain

On September 4, 2009 By

CASE STUDY

A retailer wanted to refinish their storefront. The store was having a big event and this work needed to be completed by a specific date. In the week leading up to the deadline, the forecast called for rain. Here is a brief description of how we solved this project.

Scope
The scope […]

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