Allied-Orion Management initially called CAMP as an emergency response team—and CAMP was selected for the job within just a few weeks.Though the fire originated in the parking garage, it wasn't just the parking garage that was damaged. Due to the plumbing lines melting, smoke was able to travel past the pipes and cause smoke damage to most of the units. With this domino-effect destruction, it's impossible to quickly document the damage.The entirety of the property had to be thoroughly assessed to mitigate the damage.
Of course, the parking garage itself had to be restored, as it was where the fire initially originated. Yet it was the damage to the apartment complex itself that proved to be the most extensive. Fortunately, none of the tenants were injured during the apartment fire. All residents were forced to move out since the fire burned all of the plumbing to the building that ran through the garage. Once the complex was cleared, we fenced off the garage area to begin work.
While it was obvious a substantial amount of work would need to be done, no one could know how substantial it would truly be until the reconstruction process started. As CAMP began to peel away the layers of damage, new damage was continually uncovered. These new discoveries required further assessment, exploration, and quotation.
But it wasn't just important to get the job done well—it was equally as important to get the job done quickly. With dozens of families displaced by the fire, our team investigated and repaired the damage swiftly. As with any project, there were roadblocks and challenges that needed to be managed i.e. Hurricane Harvey and unexpected work. As the scope of a project changed, it required our experienced team of professionals to adapt and adjust throughout the entire project.
CAMP's skilled specialists and contractors were able to take care of pipes, insulation, and all other critical structural issues. CAMP Construction truly managed and executed this project with intricate detail, layer by layer.