Clemson University has awarded Johnson Painting Co. Inc., of Greenville, SC, a $25,850 contract for cleaning and painting steel roof beams and other surfaces at its cattle complex in Clemson, SC.
The Cattle Complex at T. Ed Garrison Arena is a 42,000-square-foot multi-purpose facility with a show/sale arena, milking parlor, and housing areas for livestock. The arena accommodates livestock auctions, shows, exhibits and other events.
Photos: Clemson University
|Steel surfaces at Clemson University’s T. Garrison Arena’s cattle complex are to be painted.|
The complex features a modern nine-stall milking parlor with a combination of side-open and herringbone stalls and 1,200-gallon milk holding tank.
The housing area accommodates about 300 head of cattle and is also equipped to handle smaller livestock, including sheep and goats, the university noted.
The project includes cleaning and coating overhead structural steel roof support, beams and sprinkler pipes for the housing area of the cattle complex.
The metal is to be water blasted and coated with a rust-penetrating epoxy sealer and an industrial enamel finish, according to bid documents.
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