Official Apprentice Program with the U.S. Department of Labor (Guaranteeing our customers quailty workmanship, we have all of our laborers go through this program - view document
March 2012 - I believe I am 1ST ALASKAN to complete PDA's Advanced Applicator Class. I may be the most formally / technically trained applicator in Alaska. Each winter Cook Inlet Silt Filled Ice proves our coating is the 1st coating tough enough to stand up to it.
2012 = Feb. 14-17 Completed required PDA Basic class. PDA requires this class be taken before you can take their Advanced Applicators class.
2011 = Ace Dragon Foremen, Jonathon McElwain attended three SSPC Certification classes = blasting, Airless Spray and Plural equipment and has received Certifications for these.
2011 = Feb. SPFA Certification of Completion for Fundamentals of Spray Polyurethane Foam & Covering System Roofs and several lectures on Spray Foam jobs at Reno Conference.
2011 = Jan/Feb., (PDA class on polyurea) attended Train-The-Trainer and Lead Paint Removal lectures as well as Project Management classes at Vegas SSPC conference.
2011 = Jan. (C3) SSPC Lead Paint Removal Supervisor certification
2011= Jan. - building new shop at OSK DOCK in Nikiski, Alaska. (will be applying polyurea coatings and painting customers heavy equipment at this location).
2010 = I completed Four different Certificates and new equipment means up to date on the latest industry knowledge.
We meet with over 300 contract applicators to learn form each other and industrial agencies.
You can get great info at the following web sites - that's one of the reasons we joined them.
Member of The Society for Protective Coatings: www.sspc.org
Member of Polyurea Development Association: www.PDA-online.org
Member of NACE International: https://web.nace.org
Our workers are studying SSPC classes C7 (blast class), C12 (Airless Spray) and C14 (Plural Machine)
We install the best product, do it with professional skill and integrity - that is our mode of operation.
Ace Dragon has coated tank linings in Alaska , from the North Slope to the offshore rigs in Cook Inlet.