Harrison Muir’s Management Earns Coatings Industry Expertise Certifications

By: Harrison Muir Inc  14-02-2012
Keywords: Painting Contractors, Painting Services, Painting Company

We are pleased to recognize Mr William (Bill) Mogavero, Vice President and Operations Manager as having recently obtained his NACE Certified Coatings Inspector Level 3 and SSPC Coatings Specialist Certifications. Mr. Mogavero , a long serving employee of Harrison Muir, became a partner and Vice- President in Harrison Muir in 2002 after gaining operations experience from hand-on trade application to field management of coatings projects. His newly acquired prestigious industry dual certifications compliments management at Harrison Muir in providing value added services for its customers. Harrison Muir is a leading industrial painting and coatings contractor serving the Ontario, Canada region for over 50 years. For more information please contact [email protected] or visit www.harrisonmuir.com.

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