CoatingsPro Celebrates 17 Contractors in 5th Annual Awards Program

Coatings contractors and crews in the commercial and industrial industries will be awarded in CoatingsPro Magazine’s 5th annual Contractor Awards Program Wednesday, April 28, at 1 p.m. Central. The presentation will acknowledge deserving crews in seven categories—Commercial Concrete, Commercial Roof, Industrial Concrete, Industrial Steel, Specialty Project, Contractor/Crew MVP, and new for 2021 Work It Safe—in a virtual setting for the second year in a row. The top three contractors in each category have been alerted that they’re in a top spot, and they will find out at the presentation which place they have been awarded.  

Winners have been chosen by CoatingsPro’s 2021 Editorial Advisory Group (EAG), made of five subject matter experts in various aspects of the coatings industry, scoring for safety, solutions, and savings. One winner will be awarded for the MVP and Work It Safe awards and first-, second-, and third-place winners will be awarded for each of the five project-based categories. A total of 17 winners will be recognized, and various categories have been sponsored by participating vendors.  

The presentation, cohosted by CoatingsPro’s Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Chizik and veteran EAG member Josh McKain of PM Silicones, will launch on the conference platform, and the recording will be available on CoatingsPro’s website and social media platforms after the event.  

Attend the presentation for free through an exhibit hall pass (Exhibit Hall Only) at www.nacecorrosion.org/registration.

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