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Painting Needed at KY Courthouse

Friday, March 1, 2019

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Kenton County is soliciting bids for the exterior coating of the Independence Courthouse in Park Hills, Kentucky. 

Bids are due for this project by March 13.

Courtesy of Independence Courthouse

Kenton County is soliciting bids for the exterior coating of the Independence Courthouse in Park Hills, Kentucky.

The awarded contractor will be responsible for the preparation and furnishing of all equipment necessary for the exterior coating of the Independence Courthouse.

When preparing exterior surfaces to be coated, the contractor is instructed to power wash the main building, main building trim, doors, frames, stairs, rails and clerk’s office stucco and trim. After surfaces have been properly prepared, the contractor may caulk all cracks on the main building, main building trim and office. Following this procedure, the contractor is to patch any damaged stucco.

Once all surfaces have been prepared to satisfaction, spot priming may take place on the main building. Once primed, the contractor is to apply two coats of a high-build elastomeric coating or equivalent. The main building trim and clerk’s office stucco and trim will receive two coats of a flat acrylic latex. Two coats of a DTM acrylic are to be applied to the courthouse doors, frames, stairs and rails.

The owner-approved brand is Sherwin-Williams or an approved equal.

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