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Contract #: GS-07F-053CA | DUNS: 805639853 | NAICS:541990
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ServiceMaster Recovery Management provides disaster recovery services to government facilities across the United States.
When a disaster strikes government facilities, whether it is a major weather event or terrorism, there is nothing more crucial than restoring your building and community’s peace of mind. If you need a quick and experienced restoration company to respond to your courthouse, village hall, prison, post office, police station, fire station or other government building’s loss at a moment’s notice, call ServiceMaster Recovery Management a GSA Schedule approved business.
As a government office, we understand you’re accountable to the public for the decisions you make and the money you spend. That’s why our project management staff is well-versed in government requirements and billing procedures.
ServiceMaster Recovery Management (SRM) complies with all federal rules and regulations as required and has the experience to restore electronics, precious documents and vital records. Security is often the issue, so you can also rest assured knowing that SRM employees on your site arrive with proper security clearances and the appropriate background checks. Also ServiceMaster Recovery Management employee’s always have the latest training to be the experts in cleanup after water damage, fire damage, mold, vandalism, and can perform post-construction cleanup.
We have successfully restored multiple government facilities after hurricanes, tornados, fires, floods and terrorist attacks. SRM has worked in highly sensitive areas and understands the unique needs of government facilities. For example, after terrorists hit the Pentagon with a commercial airplane traveling at 345 mph with 9,000 gallons of fuel on board, the World's Largest Office Building suffered great physical damage at the point of impact. Water damage from sprinklers and fire hoses affected adjoining areas, and smoke and soot quickly filled the 6.5 million square foot structure. Within 24 hours of receiving the call, over 350 SRM personnel with proper security clearance, were mobilized to the Pentagon to provide mitigation services following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Thanks to around the clock work the remediation and cleanup of more than 5 million square feet, which included decontamination of structure and contents, was completed in 2 months’ time.
"Cleaning the Pentagon is an understatement. What you did was put life back into the building." -Darryl O. Diggs, Asst. Services Program Manager, Department of Defense)
ServiceMaster Recovery Management has command centers strategically located across United States including locations in Chicago, Illinois (IL), Kansas City, Missouri (MO), Indianapolis, Indiana (IN) and Denver, Colorado (CO) so no matter where you are located, we are sure to be able to help you. Contact us immediately at 800.954.9444 to limit the damage to your government and military buildings after a disaster and return you to pre-loss condition as quickly as possible.
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