Long Painting handled the application of interior and exterior anti-graffiti coatings on brick, concrete and CMU walls, exterior high performance urethane finishes on metal, special “green screen” paint, dry fall, water based epoxy, clear wood sealers, and interior and exterior painting.
The ceiling in the new auditorium at Lake Washington High School needed paint, along with the cat walks and duct work, but the surrounding sound panels needed protection from any coatings. Uneven work surfaces added another challenging aspect to the task.
While coating the exterior soffits, the surrounding environment and the building exterior needed protection from the high-solids urethane paint being used.
Long Painting’s experience with industrial projects was a direct benefit to this commercial job. Swing stages, typically used in industrial projects, were rigged to reach the high work in the auditorium. Shields were used to prevent paint from contacting acoustic sound panels. For the exterior work, Eagle Screens–commonly used for containment on bridge projects– were used to prevent any of the high solids urethane coating applied to the soffits from contacting the surrounding environment.