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Old 07-16-2011, 08:02 PM   #21
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I just can't get over the size of that tent. ... I don't think Marco has one of those.
Marco/marthens/blastmaster/etc. doesn't. They buy it from a fabric/tarp company, then after a markup, sell it to you.
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It seems like the tent set up alone would be worse than the blasting.
That and the comp premiums.
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Metallized"Thermal Arc Spray" application of Zinc.
Now that's always been interesting. I've never seen flame spraying done, but I'd like to....once anyway.
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And if you go past the completion date then your paying the utility board each day to work the job until completed in Liquidated Damages which to range in a few hundred dollars a day to several thousand dollars a day.
I'd think the bonding and insurance would prevent most from trying to enter this type of scale. I've wondered how many bulk pots on the market were there due to them being kicked off a site.
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the setup is truly amazing .

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