TMI Coatings Restoring 1.8 Million Gallon Water Storage Tank

TMI Coatings, Inc. is currently restoring a 1.8 million gallon water storage tank in Chattanooga, TN. A team of 8 men are on site vacuum blasting, sandblasting, painting and welding. TMI will be sandblasting, repairing, and painting the interior and exterior of the water storage tank. TMI will also be restoring Phillip D. Glass, the character that resides on the top edge of the water storage tank making it a recognizable landmark for all who visit Chattanooga. To see more information about this project as shared in the Times Free Press, a local Chattanooga newspaper, follow the link below.

http://www.timesfreepress.com/photos/2012/jun/16/67120/

Phillip D. Glass, removed from the water storage tank for restoration

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