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“We are working hard to ensure that the ADA keeps up with technological advances that were unimaginable 20 years ago,” said Attorney General Holder. “Just as these quantum leaps can help all of us, they can also set us back – if regulations are not updated or compliance codes become too confusing to implement.   […]

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As part of our preventative maintenance plans with national retailers, Resicom must stock speciality paints that can be efficiently delivered to various job site throughout the country without […]

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Creating Options

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A retailer introduced a new concept store. The initial roll-out was four stores, each of them high profile. Separate general contractors had been hired to build them. A problem developed at one location when the retailer wanted to institute their preventative maintenance program. When the client sent in their maintenance contractor to touch […]

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A national retailer had heavy 8’x10′ marketing frames that held marketing materials that were changed quarterly. Each time these frames were removed to change the marketing media, the exposed wall surface above the frame was damaged and required repainting. We were brought in to develop a solution that would keep the the marketing […]

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A retailer had a recolor project that needed to be completed in 135 of their stores across the country. The material specified by the visual department required three coats. The project needed to be completed within a firm ten day window.

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The scope of work needed to execute this National Recolor […]

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Painting in the Rain

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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.

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A retailer had several different generations of storefronts with differences in paint application and materials. They wanted to bring all up to the current look and standard but focused on doing so beginning with the oldest 15 stores which were set in locations throughout the country.

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The scope of work needed to execute […]

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