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April 18, 2023

Honouring top coatings projects from the past year—and the commitment and achievement that made them possible—the Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) has awarded Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine and its project partners three of the seven 2022 AMPP Project of the Year Awards.

Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine was recognized for its contributions to a community service project, as well as for excellence in both technical support of materials protection systems and in management of a complex materials protection project. The awards recognize top projects and outstanding accomplishments in categories that span a diverse range of assets and service conditions. This year also represents the inaugural year for the organization’s revamped awards slate, which also includes categories that acknowledge noteworthy achievements in newly constructed projects, materials protection or remediation, coating craftmanship, coatings work in a fixed shop facility and aesthetic merit in a coatings project. AMPP recognized the winning projects, companies and individuals on March 22, 2023, during the AMPP Annual Conference and Expo in Denver, Co.

Sherwin-Williams received the following awards:

  • Excellence in Technical Support of Materials Protection Systems – Milky Way Digester, Maricopa, Az.
    Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine provided extensive technical support for the lining of a new concrete wastewater digester for the Milky Way Dairy Farm that will generate renewable energy by capturing natural gas created by the breakdown of dairy waste.

  • Excellence in Management of a Complex Materials Protection ProjectSherwin-Williams Stennis
    Multiple partners ensured the successful mid-life refueling and complex overhaul (RCOH) of the U.S. Navy-operated USS John C. Stennis, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, after 25 years of service.
    Mid-Atlantic Coatings, Inc. (MAC), the application contractor and management lead, teamed with Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine, to use various corrosion control technologies on the ship while it was in dry dock at the HII-Newport News Shipyard in Virginia. Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine MIL-Spec coatings technologies were widely used on more than 1.2 million square feet of the carrier’s surface, including in the preservation of the vessel’s ballast and jet fuel tanks, freeboard areas and dielectric shields.

  • Community Service Award – The Childhood Express, known as the Red Wagon, Spokane, Wash.
    Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine, Modern Construction & Consulting Services, Northwest Sandblast and Paint, and the City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department partnered to give new life to a beloved icon in Spokane’s signature urban park. Sherwin-Williams donated all coatings to the first significant repair of the iconic Red Wagon, a sculpture of a Radio Flyer that doubles as a playground slide, since its construction and installation in 1989.

Red Wagon“We are proud to have contributed to nearly half of the winning projects honoured by the first-ever AMPP Project of the Year Awards. These diverse projects, which demonstrate our team’s commitment to enhancing asset protection, enabling efficiencies, and advancing coatings science to obtain excellent results, will protect assets for years to come,” said Bryan Draga, global vice-president of marketing, Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine.

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