Harrisburg, PA (11/11/2011)
Reynolds Restoration Services (RRS) was hired for emergency remediation at Danville Middle School after Tropical Storm Lee flood damage.
RRS mobilized large desiccant dehumidifiers, generators, air movers, heavy equipment and a labor force of over 50 people to work at the 90,000 s.f. middle school in the Danville Area School District. The building had 18 inches of contaminated flood water throughout it. All salvageable, educational material was cleaned, packed and relocated to another facility, where middle school resumed after one week. Non-salvageable materials and flooded portions of the structure have been removed. The building has been cleaned and sealed while awaiting reconstruction. The mitigation portion of this loss is approximately $700,000.
Currently the school’s library books are being returned following a sanitizing process at the RRS cleaning facility. An abatement project is scheduled to begin the end of this month to address a damaged gym floor and mechanical piping.
Reynolds Restoration Services provides the experience, highly trained restoration and construction staff and state-of-the-art equipment required to repair fire, water and wind damage to residential homes and large-scale properties, and is a division of the Harrisburg-based Reynolds family of construction service companies, including Reynolds Construction Management, R.T. Reynolds, Reynolds Consulting Engineers, and Reynolds Energy Services.