Late fall/early winter of 2014 TMI Coatings completed restoring the interior and exterior of a 750,000 gallon elevated water storage tank for the City of Great Falls, Montana. All work was completed on-schedule, safely and in a quality manner. The inspector said “TMI’s Superintendent and crew were among the best he had ever worked with.” Contract value exceeded $950,000.
January 7th, 2015 · No Comments · Water Tower Renovation
January 2nd, 2015 · No Comments · Uncategorized
TMI Coatings, Inc. is currently hiring an Estimator/Project Manager. This position focuses on municipal work, estimating/bidding large construction projects, reading plans and specifications, negotiating purchase orders, communicating with Superintendents and interface with Owners/Engineers. U.S. travel for pre-construction meetings. Airplane travel 1-2 times/month for 1-2 days. Site visits lasting 5 to 10 days a few times a year. Competitive compensation & benefits package offered. Bachelor’s Degree in Construction, Estimating or a similarly related field required.
To apply, send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 651-452-0598.
December 17th, 2014 · No Comments · Customer Satisfaction
A Midwest Health Center recently hired TMI Coatings to prepare and paint steel structures and connecting components on the roof of their building. The customer was very pleased with the completed work stating the “crew did an excellent job”.
November 26th, 2014 · No Comments · Coatings
TMI Coatings coated the floor and walls of a chemical storage area in Wisconsin with a chemical resistant protective coating to contain liquids in the event of a chemical spill or tank rupture.
November 10th, 2014 · No Comments · Roof Coatings, Waterproofing
TMI Coatings recently completed a silo roof coating/waterproofing project for a large grain dealer in North Dakota. TMI removed all loose and flaking/delaminating material and prepared surfaces for new coating adhesion. TMI applied two full coats of urethane elastomer to all roof surfaces and embedded scrim cloth around penetrations to provide a watertight seal. Aggregate was broadcast into the coating for a non-slip finish for safety.
October 22nd, 2014 · No Comments · Industrial Flooring
A southeastern Iowa creamery specializing in old fashioned processing like VAT pasteurization and non-homogenization had some flooring needs. This creamery produces organic fluid dried chocolate, buttermilk, cream, sour cream, butter and cottage cheese. This Iowa creamery requested TMI Coatings install food grade protective flooring in their butter room and warehouse areas. TMI’s salesperson/project manager visited the site and met with the production and maintenance managers. Together they evaluated the floors and made a recommendation.
TMI completed the floor work over a weekend to reduce downtime. The owner’s representative shut down the butter room and provided heat to warm up the floor and room to 50°F+ prior to TMI’s arrival so material would cure properly. TMI arrived over the specified weekend and installed the low odor, 100% solids epoxy floor coating at an average of 1/8” thick, which satisfied the USDA and the creamery. The contact was very happy with TMI’s workmanship and how we worked with them to reduce downtime of their production.
October 8th, 2014 · No Comments · Coatings, Industrial Flooring
A Midwest state treatment center requested TMI Coatings install a protective coating to the concrete steps and deck of their facility entrance. The owners concern was that they had tried applying previous coatings in-house which have failed. The existing steps and deck had multiple layers of flaking coating and was very slippery which was a concern in a hospital environment.
TMI mechanically abraded the existing coating to a sound substrate then installed a pedestrian walkway coating to the steps and deck and incorporated aggregate for slip resistance for safety. The coating system TMI installed expands and contracts and therefore will not crack, chip or peel. This system protects the concrete from freeze/thaw damage and protects areas below from water damage. The owner was happy with the slip resistant finish texture and feels that this system is what they needed at their facility for safety as well as a long term waterproofing solution.
September 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Industrial Flooring
A Midwestern cheese plant had standing water on the floor of their production entryway and packaging area. The plant employees were standing in the water in order to cut the cheese. There were sanitary concerns due to splashing of standing water into the cheese carts where the blocks of cheese are temporarily stored before slicing. The sloping of the floor alleviated these concerns.
TMI Coatings removed the existing floor coating and applied sloping material to slope the floors toward the drains. A cementitious urethane floor topping was then applied to protect the floors and to satisfy USDA inspectors.
September 9th, 2014 · No Comments · Insulation, Roof Coatings, Waterproofing
A livestock feed ingredient producer completed a warehouse expansion where the old roof overhung the new roof, which created a gap at the roof junctures. Wind driven rain, snow and melting ice was backing up between the juncture and leaking into their production area, which created water leaking into the livestock feed. TMI Coatings thoroughly cleaned between the two roofs and filled the void with sprayed-in-place foam insulation for a thorough seal. After installing the sprayed-in-place foam insulation, TMI installed a waterproof coating to protect the foam insulation from outdoor elements. TMI solved the leaking problem and the customer was very happy with TMI’s safety while working on site.
August 27th, 2014 · No Comments · Insulation, Tank Maintenance
TMI Coatings recently repaired the existing sprayed-in-place foam insulation and coating on a horizontal CO2 tank. The coating attached to the spray foam insulation was loose in many areas and some of the foam insulation had deteriorated and disbonded from the tank; there were some areas where the foam insulation was saturated from condensation. TMI removed the affected foam insulation, pressure washed, reinsulated voids and applied a new vapor barrier to prevent water vapor condensing on the insulation. A final top coat was then applied.