FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
David R. Wasserstrom
JUNE 19, 2009
CURAFLO® INCREASES MULTI-TENANT MARKET SHARE
Company’s Epoxy Lining Proves Faster, Less Costly Than Traditional Repiping Methods
BEACHWOOD, OHIO – CuraFlo®, a division of Cohesant, Inc. and a leading provider of pipe restoration services for multi-tenant buildings and other commercial and institutional structures, was recently selected to install its proprietary CuraFlo Engineered Flow Lining System™ in several multi-tenant properties within key markets. These significant projects will serve to further expand the company’s continuing momentum in multi-tenant sectors throughout North America. Specific project awards include:
- NORWELL, MASSACHUSETTS HOUSING AUTHORITY (NHA): CuraFlo will install its CuraFlo Engineered Flow Lining System in one of 10 NHA independent living facilities. NHA officials recently solicited bids to revitalize the plumbing infrastructure after discovering multiple pinhole leaks in its hot and cold copper piping supply lines. Each NHA building is more than 30 years old and is fully occupied, so the process of replacing existing pipes would most likely displace residents for months. As a cost-effective and less-invasive alternative to pipe replacement, CuraFlo’s epoxy lining can be installed with little or no downtime while residents remain in place. CuraFlo will begin implementing the epoxy lining process this summer throughout the 7,200 square-foot, two-story facility. The process is expected to be completed within two to three weeks.
- THE STEPPES, FORT WORTH, TEXAS: The Steppes is comprised of 10 two-story apartment buildings with a total of 92 units. CuraFlo will line the hot water supply piping in each building in order to prevent future leaks and corrosion, minimize disruption to existing tenants and ensure optimal water flow and quality for years to come. Work will begin this summer.
- BAY HARBOUR, BAYTOWN, TEXAS: Bay Harbour consists of 10 two-story apartment buildings with a total of 197 units. CuraFlo will line the hot and cold water supply piping in each building. Work will begin this summer.
“These most recent project awards underscore the tremendous momentum that CuraFlo continues to build throughout North America’s multi-tenant, commercial and industrial markets,” said Skip Wolfe, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, CuraFlo. “Building owners and property managers increasingly call upon the leading-edge pipe restoration products and services offered by the company’s plumbing professionals. They appreciate the fact that CuraFlo’s epoxy lining is less disruptive to implement than traditional repiping methods and residents will not be displaced during installation. Also, CuraFlo’s epoxy lining is a long-lasting solution that yields improved water flow and quality, and protects against future leaks and corrosion.”
In 1996, CuraFlo became the first company in North America to provide epoxy pipe lining services in residential multi-tenant and other commercial buildings. In addition to a full array of infrastructure rehabilitation services, the company’s epoxy pipe lining solutions are widely renowned for alleviating problems with deteriorating pipes and plumbing systems. In many instances, this proves a highly effective alternative to pipe replacement. In fact, pipes restored with CuraFlo’s epoxy lining can gain an additional service life of 50 years or more. For more information about CuraFlo, or to speak with a CuraFlo professional about specific water infrastructure challenges, visit www.curaflo.com or call 888/4-CURAFLO.
CuraFlo®, a division of Cohesant Inc., offers epoxy pipe lining solutions to remedy problems with deteriorating pipes and plumbing systems. Cohesant Inc., based in Beachwood, Ohio, is engaged in the protection and renewal of drinking water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems for municipal, industrial, commercial and residential infrastructure and the design, development, manufacture and sale of specialty coatings and equipment used to apply such coatings. The Company markets its products under numerous trade names including; AquataPoxy, CuraFlo, CuraPoxy, and Raven. For more information, visit www.curaflo.com, call Skip Wolfe, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, CuraFlo: 888/4-CURAFLO or e-mail email@example.com.
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