Multiple buildings on one compound were affected by 3’-0” of Category III water. Building restoration and drying services were performed. The coordination of document restoration and machinery recovery was handled as well.
Facility turned over in 3 weeks
Costs: $1.2 million
Ivy League School, CT
Fire swept through educational wing destroying 20% of the facility. Soot was everywhere. Crews began cleaning and deodorizing from roof top units to the basement. School returned to operation in 6 weeks complete with reconstruction.
Lower Manhattan WTC Clean Up
Successfully managed over 100 projects surrounding the WTC site. Building interior and exteriors were covered with unknown sources at the time. All projects were completed using trained professionals certified to remove contaminants. Work continued for almost 2 years.
Costs: $36 million
Financial Facility, New York, NY
Water damage to approximately 13 floors including office space, trading floors, and server rooms. Moisture mapping personnel were onsite within 2 hours. Equipment and extraction started within 3 hours. Facility completely dried and restored in 8 days.
Hospital Operating Rooms, New Jersey
A newly renovated facility and its state of the art operating rooms sustained water damage at 2’-0” in most areas. Crews worked 24-hours to ensure all phases were complete to existing specification. Drywall, floor & insulation were removed and replaced.
Costs: $2.2 million
NYC High Rise Explosion
Explosion in sub-basement felt blocks away, sends smoke up 51 stories leaving soot on everything. Crews were mobilized and deployed with over 700 workers working around the clock for 16 days. All floors detailed cleaned from ceiling to floor including contents
Costs: $6 million
Hotel, New Jersey
Fire in lower level of hotel consumed over 60 rooms with smoke, water, and fire damage. Our crews worked around the clock to stabilize the environment and prevent further damage. After things were stabilized our reconstruction teams began to rebuild the section of the hotel to owner required specifications. All work was staged not to interrupt everyday business. Hotel was returned to service within 60 days.
Costs: $1.1 million
Apartment Building, New York
Sprinkler pipe freezes releasing thousands of gallons of water down 10 floors. Our emergency response crews were on site within an hour to meet owner's representatives and access the damages. Work began immediately; dehumidification equipment was in place within 4 hours and the crews continued to mitigate damages. Emergency drying completed in 7 days.