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This water loss was a result of a refrigerator ice-maker line failure in a third floor lunchroom that occurred on the weekend. Water ran undetected for two days, affecting multiple businesses on three levels. The damage was extensive, causing disruption to the business-as-usual routine of an average Monday.
Case Study - The Hurricane Hotel: Perfect Timing
Often, a business is temporarily closed until a restoration project is completed. This is disruptive to business continuity and impacts revenue. The Eastern Lancaster County Library is a cherished community resource, and the Library Board and Director wanted to make a plan to continue serving patrons during dryout and reconstruction.
A toilet sprung a sig
Early morning Sunday, June 12, 2011, we received a call from the facilities manager for the County of Berks Courthouse. An HVAC pipe broke on the 6th floor Saturday night, and by the time building maintenance was notified, it had soaked down through to the second floor of the facility.
The sub-contractor for the small living room floor removal was not really impressive.
They were polite enough, but just didn't present with a professional appearance.