Reynolds Restoration Services (RRS) was brought in by the Danville Area School District and School Claims Services for emergency remediation of the 90,000-square-foot Danville Middle School that was damaged by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Lee. RRS drew on its extensive resources to staff the job with a labor force of over 70 crew members, managers, and project executives.
RRS mobilized four large desiccant dehumidifiers with generators and 350 air movers. Flooded structural elements such as drywall, plaster, doors, wood framing, and insulation were removed and discarded. The salvaged structure received thorough cleanings and decontamination, and was encapsulated with paint containing anti-microbial agents. The $1 million remediation phase of drying, decontaminating, deodorizing, and stabilizing took three weeks.
- Project coordination/project management
- Contents cleaning
- Air quality testing
- Asbestos abatement
- Structural drying and cleaning
- Negative air containment systems
- Suspended ceiling systems