In 2014, Long Painting Company took on the challenging project of painting and coating the new Chambers Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant. The project took three years to complete.
The project team included Superintendent, Dan Santos and Foremen, Ed Henningsen and Forrest Chapman.
One of the challenges to this project was there were five corridors filled with endless rows of piping that had to be color coded and finished with a special coating. So attention to detail was crucial on this project.
The other challenge was that there were two large waste water tanks requiring two coats of Carboline coating. In order to get the crews down safely into the tanks an Engineer had to construct a staging built life support system which was hooked up to a spider lift. The sim channel of each tank was also coated up to 5 feet with termination lines to keep moisture out of the top edge of each tank.
The interior walls of the facility were also painted with two primer and one finish coat. The project wrapped up at the end of 2017.