Paymeon’s Basalt America Subsidiary Supplies its RockMesh® to its First Government Project

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 24, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Paymeon, Inc. (OTC MARKETS:PAYM) today announced that its Basalt America subsidiary has supplied its RockMesh® concrete reinforcement product for delivery on its first government contract.  The end customer, the City of Miami, will use the product in a new skateboard park currently under construction.  Vincent L. Celentano, a Director and the Company’s largest shareholder said "Though it is a small project, relative to our goals of reinforcing all bridges, roads and commercial buildings in the future, I compare it to Neil Armstrong's famous words, ‘One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.’  I see this as a catalyst and our gateway to other projects we are currently seeking out."

The first bridge to incorporate the Company’s suite of products is on the campus of the University of Miami.  See the University of Miami’s Innovation Bridge video here.

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