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High Seas Log Flume

By Sara Shanahan | January 28, 2019

OCEAN CITY, NJ UNITED STATES 2019 V&S Amboy Galvanizing The original riders from the 1970’s are now taking their grandchildren on the same ride they once took. Thanks to hot-dip galvanizing, this ride will stand the test of time for another forty years. The High Seas Log Flume owned and operated by S&T Amusement at… 

The Flying Ox

By Sara Shanahan | January 28, 2019

PERTH AMBOY, NJ UNITED STATES 2019 V&S Lebanon Galvanizing The owners knew from the beginning they wanted the structure galvanized to limit the challenges and costs associated with maintenance. Pigeon Forge is a mountain resort town that sits five miles from the northern entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in East Tennessee and… 

Large Livestock Trailer

By Sara Shanahan | January 28, 2019

WHARTON, TX UNITED STATES 2019 AZZ Galvanizing – Houston West The collaboration of both parties was a huge benefit and will lead to more products being hot-dip galvanized. Livestock trailers are used every day and subjected to considerable wear and tear from the animals and transport. Traditionally the trailers are painted, but the end user and… 

735-kV Chamouchouane- Bout-de-l’lle Transmission Line

By Sara Shanahan | January 28, 2019

SAGUENAY-LAC-ST-JEAN, QC CANADA 2019 Corbec Inc. – Quebec City Hot-dip galvanizing’s amazing life-cycle cost is no stranger to the electrical power transmission sector. The Chamouchouane–Bout-de-l’Île 735,000-volt hydro-electric transmission line carries electricity from Northern Quebec to millions of consumers in the Montreal area. This line was the first major North-South supply line built in 25 years for… 

Riviere Cochon Gras Bridge

By Sara Shanahan | January 28, 2019

PERCHES, HAITI 2019 V&S Amboy Galvanizing LLC – V&S Taunton Galvanizing LLC Hot-dip galvanizing is the only coating possible that would allow a bridge to be in service for this period of time in Massachusetts, then reused in Haiti with no signs of corrosion. The life cycle cost savings on these projects are too substantial… 

Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport

By Sara Shanahan | January 9, 2019

KENNER, LA UNITED STATES 2019 AZZ Galvanizing – Morgan City & Baton Rouge The Airport Council International, a global industry trade group, estimates US airports will need $128 billion in upgrades by 2023. No doubt the New Orleans International Airport will showcase the use of HDG duplex coatings and will have a great impact on the transportation… 

Humber College Parking Garage

By Sara Shanahan | January 8, 2019

TORONTO, ON CANADA 2019 Valmont Coatings – Pure Metal Galvanizing All steel components of the main and secondary structure as well as miscellaneous metals were hot-dip galvanized to secure the long-term durability of the building and low maintenance requirement. During the planning stage, Humber College sought out a design-build solution for the parking garage. It was… 

A Tale of Two Bridges

By Sara Shanahan | January 7, 2019

MONTREAL, QC CANADA 2019 Corbec Inc. – Montreal After less than 50 years in service, the busiest bridge in Canada had “an unacceptable and indeterminable risk of catastrophic collapse” due to advanced corrosion of its unprotected rebar. Amid the fanfare of the 2019 Canada Day official opening of the $5,5 billion New Champlain Bridge, which is… 


By Sinead Prodey | January 6, 2019

RENO, NV UNITED STATES 2019 AZZ GALVANIZING – RENO The dimming and glowing of the blooms bring the piece to life. Its beauty is difficult to portray but can best be described as witnessing beauty and the creation of life. Located in downtown Reno, Nevada, Bloom is a masterful hot-dip galvanized art piece that stands 20’… 


North American Aggregates

By Sinead Prodey | January 5, 2019

PERTH AMBOY, NJ UNITED STATES 2019 V&S Lebanon Galvanizing The mining and crushing equipment are all hot-dip galvanized to protect against corrosion in this marine environment. James Levy, VP Mellott Co. Some of the harshest conditions for any metal is being submerged in or near water whether fresh water or sea water. Steel and zinc… 

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