Decreased business interruption is a major goal for commercial clients when a disaster occurs. Each day that a business cannot operate, it loses income that severely affects its bottom line. RUI Construction and Disaster Services works to minimize the amount of time your business is closed.
Ground Effects in Hunt Midwest Underground experienced smoke damage to its 63,000 square foot facility. The spray-on bed liner and customization company operates 16 hours a day, every day of the week. Extensive smoke damage occurred, leaving behind significant amounts of ash, soot, smoke odor and debris.
Within 72 hours of mobilization (resulting from a comprehensive, initial assessment), the project was completed and the business was operational, again. During this time, RUI Construction and Disaster Services exerted 7,000 man hours to wipe, scrub, wash and deodorize every square inch of the complex, including its contents and components.
“The plant was cleaner than it had ever been in its many years of operating at this site,” the plant manager commented with pleasant surprise.
Smoke damage causes metal to rust, pit and corrode within hours, if not cleaned quickly. Structure deterioration may worsen, the longer it takes to remove the soot and ash. Prolonged soot exposure may result in the requirement to replace all property on site. The longer it takes for a company to begin restoration activities, the more it will cost the client.
RUI Construction and Disaster Services has the manpower, expertise and abilities to complete projects quickly and efficiently to save clients peace of mind and money.