CH#069 - Washington Navy Yard, Building #73 Conversion to Indoor Tennis Courts

 

 

Washington Navy Yard
Building #73 Conversion to Indoor Tennis Courts

Washington, D.C.

 

 

 

National Register of Historic Places

 

 

The Challenge:

Lead-Based Paint over structural steel and plaster, walls, ceilings and trim. This building in the historic district of the Washington Navy Yard was being converted to Tennis Courts.
 

 

Benefits Desired:

  • Address rust and corrosion
  • Class A Fire Rating
  • Cost effective and long lasting
  • Little to no surface preparation
  • Little to no generation of hazardous waste
     

 

Results:

GLOBAL Encasement, Inc. was able to offer a simple, safe solution with a LeadLock Encasement System. All the rust was addressed with PSN-12 Rust Inhibiting Primer, then PrepLESS Primer was used to lock down all the old peeling and flaking Lead-Based Paint and followed with LeadLock TopCoat.

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental Attributes