Tim Payne Painting knocks out almost 400 student housing apartments in the summer of 2015, on top of other Facilities work!
Tim Payne Painting has a lot to be proud of this summer!
We have a multi-year service contract to provide painting services and a multi-year service contract to provide pressure washing needs for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (a.k.a. UTC). During the college’s 2015 summer break, approximately 254 student housing apartments are being painted (work is always growing)! We have our painters in numerous Facilities buildings on campus this season as well such as Hunter Hall, the Women’s Center, Pfeiffer Hall, and the McKenzie Arena!
Because of a recommendation from staff at UTC, The University of Tennessee at Knoxville (a.k.a. UTK or UT, [home of the Tennessee Volunteers]) brought Tim Payne Painting to the rescue, a few weeks ago, to meet some deadlines in a hurry. McClung Tower, H.P.E.R., and Bailey Education Complex are a couple examples, and there will be a blog (or many blogs) about UTK coming soon! Of course, we are exceeding expectations with our work there! Check out the reviews to prove it!
Another new client has called upon Tim Payne Painting to fulfill their painting needs this summer – Walk2Campus! The schedule is set; 117 student housing rooms will need to be painted within the first two weeks of August!
Tim Payne Painting has conquered a majority of these apartments, rooms, and facilities already, and because of the skill and pace of our painters, we have never missed a deadline, and never will!
… I have had the pleasure of working with Tim and his crew since the 2012 remodeling project. His thoroughness and attention to detail is impeccable. He always finds ways to save the University money with material costs while maintaining the use of the best products available for each specific need. He works alongside the various University project managers to maintain budget projections and keeps accurate records on labor and material costs, which are attached to each invoice… I routinely recommend him to other vendors and contacts and would be the first person I would call if I needed him to work on my own property.— Bud Sisler – Maintenance Supervisor for Housing and Residence Life at UTC.