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CTI Restructures

Fred Salome is making the transition to
semi-retirement, taking steps to actively
reduce his workload.

CTI has restructured its business and has withdrawn from consultancy and assessments in relation to concrete and concrete structures and from general coating technology and inspection.

From here-on, the main focus of the business will be hazardous paint management.




CTI has Moved

As part of the restructuring, CTI’s office has moved to Northmead as of March 2016. The new addresses are:

Street Address:
28 Moxhams Road,
Northmead    NSW    2152

Postal Address:
PO Box 25,
Northmead    NSW    2152

Fred and Carol can be contacted on their mobile phones:

Fred:  0418 276 819
Carol: 0418 207 106



CTI is a leading consultancy in hazardous paint management  and related disciplines.

We have been providing our services since 1989 and have developed an outstanding reputation for professionalism and punctuality.

With our strong background in coatings technology and corrosion, we are able to approach hazardous paint management from a practical prospective, combining the needs and challenges facing both asset owners and contractors.


Welcome Everek Products Outsourced

CTI are outsourcing the manufacture, sale
and distribution of our Everek range to
Vee-Tek Australia.

See our Products page for details.



Bill McEwan Retires

CTI announces that Bill McEwan has formally retired effective April 2017.

 Bill and his wife, Jan moved from Tasmania back to Victoria in early 2004, settling in Moama, the lawn bowling capital of Australia.

We have greatly appreciated Bill’s contribution to CTI, especially his vast and practical knowledge of corrosion in the water storage and hydro-electric industries.

Although we will miss his laconic and undiluted commentary on the issues and people that make up the world of corrosion, we are certain that the Moama Bowling Club will benefit from the extra attention he will be able to devote to that part of his life.

We thank Bill for having been part of our journey and wish Bill and Jan all the best for the future.