Robert (aka Rob) a born and raised Texan from Houston came to Austin in 2019.
He has several years of restoration experience from both the Houston and Austin areas.
His career path has been sprinkled with gained skills and work history that speaks for itself. Just a couple jobs he held previously were assistant project manager for a woodworking company and a sales rep for a spray foam insulation company.
You will find that his main focus is the customers and clients he serves, and his main goal is to facilitate the highest level of excellence to each project no matter the situation.
As a project manager for All Nation, you can expect Rob to present the 5-star customer service our company is known for. He caters respect, communication, and a great attitude, with the punctuality to arrive on-site with a presentable appearance.
All Nation provides all their project managers with everything they need to succeed. This enables Rob to formulate the most effective plan to get your life back in order.
You can rest assured that Rob has received rigorous training as a seasoned craftsman before working his way up to the project manager position. He knows firsthand what issues and proper remediation techniques will be required on each project. He is well versed in the proper procedures to evaluate any situation and create a fair estimate pertaining to the remediation of property damage. Which includes, but is not limited to, discovering the extent of water damage, accurately documenting important findings and creating a detailed scope of work.
Rob will ensure that the scope of work is tailored to each project individually, that it will include all necessary equipment, and confirm it will be utilized properly. Rob will see to it that the remediation team completes all strategic removals, debris is disposed of, and detachments on-site are properly stored.
Lastly, you can count on his abilities communicate efficiently with you and the operations manager throughout the entirety of the process. Getting your job moving in a positive direction towards the finish line.