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Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It?

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Case e

07-24-2013 12:24:16
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They are blasting and painting the bridge beams. the containment is used as the old beams have lead base paint.




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Michael Soldan

07-24-2013 13:38:20
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Case e, 07-24-2013 12:24:16  
Exactly Case e,I have a friend who does commercial sandblasting and he says it is an absolute pain doing bridges etc,you have to recuperate all the blast material and sand because of the lead based oxide paint..it has driven up the price and the work of every job,he isn't bidding on stuff like that any more ,he can do better in his big blast shop and cleaning up is easy compared to outdoors jobs

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DaninKansas

07-24-2013 13:26:41
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Case e, 07-24-2013 12:24:16  
Sand blasting and the like, I doubt its for lead paint though. Most likely to keep the sand from crossing the windsheild of a car going by at 70 MPH. That and the looky loos from driving into the construction zone when they are rubbernecking at the guys working (lots of people haven't seen men work before).



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rrlund

07-24-2013 13:31:41
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to DaninKansas, 07-24-2013 13:26:41  
It's like a blindfold for a person in front of a firing squad. The workers can't see the idiot that's about to hit'em.



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DaninKansas

07-24-2013 13:46:01
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to rrlund, 07-24-2013 13:31:41  
There's that too.

Prevent heart attacks in the workers by not seeing how close they came to losing their life several times a day.



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Ozlander

07-24-2013 12:25:34
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Case e, 07-24-2013 12:24:16  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

NOT.



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Case e

07-24-2013 18:08:35
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Ozlander, 07-24-2013 12:25:34  
Whats the matter Oz? Is it being wrong you dont like or just me?



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Case e

07-24-2013 12:29:32
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Ozlander, 07-24-2013 12:25:34  
Well them know it all what is it?



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07-24-2013 19:07:42
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 Re: OT: Bridge Bib or What Is It? in reply to Case e, 07-24-2013 12:29:32  
A contractor went broke doing the Mississippi river bridge at Quincy IL some years ago. It seems he was not returning enough sand and paint, they had an amount they could loose to the river and they lost too much,the fines sent them under.



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