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This week marks the end of year 25, and the beginning of year 26 of dedicated service by EPI’s Quality Control Manager, Mark A.C. Wolschon.
The entire EPI team gathered for a luncheon today to honor Mark(and his wife Sue), and thank him for all he does in assuring we provide the highest quality product to our customers.
Please take a moment to email Mark and congratulate
him on his 25 years of dedication to quality.
Continue reading 25 Years of Dedication to Quality
There was a vision to transform Detroit’s international riverfront, the face of the city, into a beautiful, exciting, safe, accessible world-class gathering place for all.
The $500 million dollar redevelopment of the riverfront area included construction of a three mile long river walk, part of which was adjacent to the General Motors Renaissance Center Buildings in downtown Detroit. The new GM Plaza area needed to be raised more than 4 meters in the area formerly used as a parking lot.
As part of General Motors’ renovation of the Renaissance Center for its world headquarters, GM created the GM Plaza and Promenade, a spectacular riverfront space that has quickly become a new city gathering spot and signature event venue.
Click the image below for a visual case study.
Continue reading GM Renaissance Plaza XR-5 Installation
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Couple team members from EPI, spent a couple days in Mancelona, at EPI’s old plant, digging up old test pond liners. The first three liners, 36 Mil XR5, 50 Mil PVC and 30 Mil PVC were placed 27 years ago in 1986. The liners vary in product type, age and supplier. It was a dirty job but stay tuned to learn more about the process and testing
Continue reading Digging Up the Past