Case Study II | Distribution Warehouse

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Restoration Project Report

A fire occurred at a plastics distribution facility in Georgetown, Texas, requiring restoration services for the facility. The entire 40,000 sqft building was affected by fire and smoke. During the four-month restoration, nearly 6000 sqft of the facility required new structural columns and beams as well as new 2×12 roof framing, miscellaneous block work, and a new roof. The remainder of the structure was cleaned, dry ice blasted, and re-painted to mitigate the smoke damage.

The work that had to be done exceeded $340,000 for this four-month restoration project.

Chris MorenoCase Study II | Distribution Warehouse

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