project support  


I provide project support to installers, manufacturers and specifiers.

Installers come to me for support when interpreting specifications, deriving the most suitable process for a project, education and training, or project management practices. Installers may also engage with me through Resin Flooring Group for project specific products and tools that have been developed for installers. These products include FLOORTick, Epoxyschool and Industrial resin flooring book. Ongoing engagement with installers is typically done through the Resin Flooring Group (RFG) membership program.

Manufacturers come to me to derive new or improved systems for their products, developing/improving project management or partnering.  Engagement with manufacturers is typically on a fixed price project basis with or without ongoing Resin Flooring Group (RFG) membership program. Partnering is typically done via licensing of technology. 

Specifiers (including architects, building designers, builders and shopfitters) come to me to help oversee projects or troubleshooting. Specifiers may also engage with me through Resin Flooring group through resin project specific tools like FLOORTick or through the Resin Flooring Group (RFG) membership program.  

If you would like to get started, then fill out the Quick Contact form and I will promptly come back to you.

I look forward to hearing from you.
 
Keep Smiling  @ResinJack




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