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Rhino introduces garage floor coating kit

BY HBSDealer Staff

Rhino Linings Corp. has introduced a new do-it-yourself Rhino Garage Floor Coating Kit. The kit by Rhino is designed to allow homeowners the means to transform the look of their garage, basement or recreation room in a single weekend. 

"Rhino Linings is more than the No. 1 player in the truck bed liner business," said Pierre Gagnon, president and CEO of Rhino Linings Corp. "With more than 23 years of successes in the protective linings industry, Rhino Linings is excited to introduce a do-it-yourself floor coating system that incorporates the same high-quality standards experienced by our truck bed liner customers."

The Rhino Garage Floor Coating kit is sold as a pre-measured, two-part, water-based epoxy and contains prep materials as well as detailed instructions to ensure homeowners take the necessary measures to achieve long-lasting showroom quality appearance. Once applied, the kit will protect surfaces against scuffs, wear and tear, gasoline/oil stains and is both water- and chemical-resistant. Each kit contains enough material to prep and coat a single 250-sq.-ft. car garage and is sold in three decorative colors.

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For Lowe’s in New York, the cost of opposition

BY HBSDEALER Staff

In New York, Long Island Business News reported that Lowe’s took a bath on a real estate deal involving a proposed Long Island store.

According to the newspaper, the Mooresville, N.C.-based home center giant paid some $26 million for a piece of property formerly owned by Pall Corp. But it decided to sell when community opposition prevented a zoning change. According to the paper, Lowe’s recently sold it to St. Francis Hospital for about $16 million.

In another real estate deal on Long Island, Lowe’s is trying to unload a property it bought for $35 million in 2007 – the Long Island Huntington Town House catering hall, according to the article.

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Apr-02-2012 10:46 am

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Dunn-Edwards factory wins ‘Best Project’

BY Ken Clark

Dunn-Edwards, the Southwest manufacturer of premium paint, received a Real Estate and Development (RED) Award from the Arizona Commercial Real Estate (AZRE) for Best Industrial Project for its new 336,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility.

The 7th Annual RED Awards recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2011 and the construction teams involved. AZRE held an open call for nominations and a record 116 projects were submitted by architects, contractors, developers and brokerage firms in Arizona. 

Custom-designed to be the greenest and most efficient in the coatings industry, the plant was awarded LEED Gold certification, is the winner of NAIOP’s Best Industrial Redevelopment Project in 2010 and an Award of Merit winner by Engineering News-Record in the Southwest.

Dunn-Edwards placed significant effort on energy efficiency in its new industrial warehouse by using recycled materials to build its facility. Upon completion, 31.7% of the supplies were recycled, equivalent to a savings of $772,255. The operations design incorporates innovative technology for the reuse of manufacturing by-products, including waste water and particulate matter.

By combining various distribution facilities toward a central location, Dunn-Edwards cut its overall cost by more than 40%.

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