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POLY Principal Certified as a NACE Certified Coating Inspector-Level I

October 15, 2014 – Shalimar, FL – Poly, Inc. is pleased to announce that Beth Brant, PE is now certified as a NACE Certified Coating Inspector-Level I, having successfully completed an intensive week-long training course in Kansas City, MO.

The NACE International Coating Inspector Training & Certification Program is the only certification program that provides a standard of training for coating inspectors and improved inspection of coating application work that is recognized worldwide and is equally beneficial for specifying engineers and project managers of coating related projects. Thousands of governmental agency and corporate specifications call for NACE Certification.

Since the program’s inception in 1983, more than 20,000 individuals have been recognized at different levels of coating inspector certification

In the presentation of technical material used in the program, frequent references are made to specific standards on topics such as test methods, inspection procedures, materials requirements, recommended practices and performance criteria. Because the coating inspector will encounter a variety of specifications, the program incorporates standards from both domestic and international standard making organizations. The NACE Coating Inspector Program is intended to present technology reflective of the standards as well as current industry practices.

Each level of Coating Inspector Program involves a combination of lecture, demonstration, hands on training both in class and, for the Level 1 course, also at an off-site industrial facility. Case studies, practice labs and practice quizzes are also included. Multiple qualified instructors present the courses, which conclude with both written and practical exams. Congratulations on your accomplishment, Beth!
 

Alabama Governor Attends Ribbon Cutting of POLY Designed Facility

February 19, 2014 – Enterprise, AL – Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley and other leaders attended a ribbon cutting of the new Poly designed HS Automotive Alabama (HSAA) facility in Enterprise, AL. The new 65,000 square foot facility is part of a 100-job expansion by the Korean auto supplier that produces weather stripping, tubing and automotive pressure hoses for Hyundai, Kia, Chrysler and General Motors. Poly provided HSAA a full range of AE services to include initial planning, civil/site engineering, architectural, electrical, mechanical and environmental engineering. Poly appreciates our on-going relationship with HSAA and is proud to have been part of this great project. (view article)  
 

POLY Principal Appointed by Governor Scott to Committee Chair

November 18, 2013 – Shalimar, FL – Poly would like to congratulate Beth Brant, PE, who was recently appointed by Florida Governor Rick Scott to Chair the Executive Committee of the Early Learning Coalition (ELC) of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. The ELC provides a number of services including early literacy programs, financial assistance for child care, screenings and assessments of children birth to 5 years old, parenting and family support programs and referral services for finding child care and school readiness programs. Mrs. Brant is an Environmental Engineer and Principal at Poly. (view Governor’s press release)    
   

POLY Assists Wallace Community College First Annual Science Decathlon

November 8, 2013 – Dothan, AL – Engineers from Poly assisted Wallace Community College by proctoring several events at the First Annual Science Decathlon. Jim Clarke, AIA (Architect) and Jeff Tyler, PE  (Mechanical Engineer) assisted with the egg drop. Bruce Bradley, PE (President/Civil Engineer) assisted with an event in which students were required to identify and name 20 different rock and mineral samples using only the knowledge they had learned in their local school curricula. Participants from local area middle and high schools competed and all events were conceived and designed by WCC staff. Events sought to boost awareness and interest in the sciences by showing real world examples of how what you learn in school applies to everyday life. POLY is proud to have been able to serve the community in this way!