TMI Coatings: Painting & Restoration Contractor
TMI Coatings, a Painting and Restoration Contractor, contributes to making the world a better place by handsomely restoring America’s infrastructure. We sandblast and paint tanks, stacks, water towers and other structures. Our field men are skilled at installing a variety of protective coatings and linings and they have extensive experience in commercial and industrial painting. Our concrete coating division does concrete restoration and floor toppings. TMI’s building restoration services include brick and block replacement, tuck-pointing, concrete restoration and coating.
With over 30 years of experience, TMI Coatings has safely completed over 6,000 jobs and is committed to doing quality work on schedule.
TMI Coatings: Certified Painting Contractor (SSPC)
TMI Coatings is a certified SSPC-QP 1 Contractor, having met or exceeded the requirements set forth in The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) Painting Contractor Certification Program for Field Application of Coatings – Complex Structures. TMI Coatings is also SSPC-QP 2 Certified. The QP 2 certification evaluates the capabilities of industrial paint contractors for their ability to safely remove and properly manage hazardous material in the field. QP 2 builds on the standards and guidelines of QP 1 to further qualify the industrial contracting company in hazardous paint removal operations. TMI has the competence, experience, and ability to complete any complex project. (See SSPC PCCP/QP Contractor page)
TMI Coatings is a woman-owned business enterprise, in business since 1985. One-third of our business is sandblasting, rigging, and painting industrial structures such as water towers, dams and bridges; one-third of our business is concrete coating, and the remainder is building restoration and painting.
“Excellent service – we will use your company again.”
Manildra Milling Corporation
“TMI’s Supervisor was very profesional, and courteous and I was happy with TMI’s workmanship, cleanup and completing the work within the timeline.”