Pensacola Naval Air Station Water Towers

Containment is up on TMI Coatings, Inc.’s (TMI) first tank at Pensacola Naval Air Station (NAS). TMI was contracted to do weld repairs and fully abrasive blast the interior and exterior of two (2) checker boarded elevated water towers. The exteriors will be repainted with the same aviation checkerboard pattern as currently shown.

TMI’s experience with federal contracting including past naval work was a large factor in the award process for this contract. Along with TMI’s SSPC QP1 and QP2 certifications, TMI was selected as the contractor of choice for the project.

The two elevated towers are side by side on base at Pensacola NAS.  This base is home of the Blue Angels whom often practice their flight training by lining up the towers as a line of sight from above.

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Pensacola Naval Air Station Water Towers with a new fresh paint job from TMI Coatings, Restoring America's Infrastructures!

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