CASE STUDY

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Higher Education Facility Winter Storm Damage Restoration

Following a polar vortex that impacted North Texas, a university’s Nursing and Health Sciences facility suffered extreme water damage when a fire suppression line broke and began leaking. As soon as Cotton was called, restoration experts began walking the impacted areas to assess the damage and developed a scope of work. The client’s top priority was to have the facility restored and reopened in time for the new semester. To avoid the icy road conditions and prevent delays, Cotton mobilized its own large loss trailer, allowing crews to access supplies without leaving campus. From extracting the water to removing impacted materials and stabilizing the environment, Cotton worked around the clock to complete restoration in 19 days, in time for the new semester.

TURNKEY SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Extracted the water from approximately 30,000 sqft

  • Removed debris and cleaned up the affected area
  • Identified and cataloged all damaged contents
  • Set up drying equipment to stabilize the environment
  • Created a detailed moisture map of areas
  • Provided a large trailer for the Cotton team to work from while road conditions remained unstable
  • Completed two-foot flood cuts throughout all impacted areas
  • Removed the affected ceiling tiles
  • Removed all moisture impacted flooring, including carpeting, carpet tile and vinyl composition tile
  • Utilized commercial-grade drying equipment to stabilize the environment
  • Cleaned, treated and sanitized all of the impacted areas
  • Documented the entire restoration process with Project Manager Reports, moisture mapping, photos and backup documentation
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The Cotton Difference

Classes resumed with NO DELAYS

NO INJURIES reported

PREVENTED LOSS OF REVENUE for the client

Thorough reports FACILITATED THE CLAIMS PROCESS

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Higher Education Facility Case Study

Following a polar vortex that impacted North Texas, a university’s Nursing and Health Sciences facility suffered extreme water damage when a fire suppression line broke and began leaking. As soon as Cotton was called, restoration experts began walking the impacted areas to assess the damage and developed a scope of work.

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