Jeff and I got back last week from the ACE ’10 show in Chicago. Jeff was in town a few days early to chair the Coatings and Linings Committee for SWPMTAC where a lot of productive work was accomplished. The conference was very well attended and we had the opportunity to catch up with some old industry friends and make a few new ones.
Congratulations to Travis Moore, our newest Technical Services Representative. Travis joined us earlier this year in a production capacity and when we realized a technical support need, Travis was one of the first we turned too. He will represent LifeLast extremely well as he hits the road to work with our partners in the industry. His primary role will be to support applicators and project start-ups. Later this year he will be taking his NACE Coating Inspector Level 1 Certification Course. Good luck Travis and congratulations on your promotion!
We are excited to welcome Mary Grothe into the LifeLast family in the role of Office Manager. Mary started on June 21st and comes to us with 8 years of account management experience and will be responsible for the management of our day-to-day operations. She is a perfect fit and we anticipate great things from her. Welcome aboard Mary!
The Consulting Engineers of British Columbia announced that The Ashlu Creek Hydroelectric Project received The Award of Merit for 2010 (pdf file). We were proud to work with Northwest Pipe’s Portland facility, which produced the 110” welded steel penstock pipe, lined and coated with DuraShield 210 polyurethane. Renewable energy projects continue to be one of our major focus areas and this projects recognition adds momentum to this fast growing marketplace.
Our new website is up and we are excited to offer it as a technical resource for our clients and anyone looking for information on polyurethane protective linings and coatings. Check it out and let us know what you think.