Advanced techniques in the application of rush coats, mono coat cement plaster and pigmented decorative plaster, used both internally and externally, were tested during a presentation to senior management and executives from the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs & Urban Planning – Building Maintenance Directorate.
The event was organized by Gulf Markets International W.L.L.’s Building Material Division at Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs & Urban Planning – Building Maintenance Directorate premises in Muharraq to demonstrate how the use of latest application techniques will help construction companies in Bahrain to replace traditionally used laborious hacking and chipping methods.
Techniques presented included application of rush coats on concrete without chipping on sandblast, which can be used on smooth concrete walls and ceilings, as well as mono coat cement plaster and pigmented decorative plaster, which can be applied internally and externally on block work and prepared concrete surface.
Senior management present during the event from the Ministry of Works included Huda Mirza Abbas Salman, Director, Building Maintenance Directorate, , Redha Husain, Chief Supervision Section among other executives Subah Abdulkhaliq Al-Subah, Chief, Planning & Engineering Section, Alawi S Hadi Al-Mahfood, Head, Maintenance Support Group and Bryan Toledo, Senior General Engineer.
Also from Gulf Markets International side, who had attended this presentation were, Alain Arida, CEO, Walid Aldaker, GM-Building Material Division, and Shafeek A.K Division Manager.
Gulf Markets International W.L.L. headquartered in Bahrain, provides engineering solutions in the field of building materials and is the sole supplier in the Kingdom for premixed glitterlite decorative plaster. The company is also a sole agent for Conmix – pioneers in premix plaster, construction chemicals, and paints.
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