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Memorial Day Weekend Flood Restoration in Tallahassee – The Tennyson

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Problem On Memorial Day weekend in 2018, the Tennyson, a prestigious condominium in downtown Tallahassee, experienced a flood from an HVAC supply line on the 12th floor. The areas affected included: 41 units, 8 hallways and 8 stairwells. Solution The property manager called Complete DKI, and within just 20 minutes, their mitigation project manager was onsite ready to assess the… Continue reading

Flood Restoration in St. Louis – Large Food Packaging Facility

Flooding in parking lot and yard outside of a building

Problem Continuous torrential rain from April 28 through May 1, 2017 in the St. Louis, MO area caused heavy flooding to a 350,000 square foot food packaging facility in Pacific. Solution After impressing Graphic Packaging with their high level of performance from a former job, DKI was called on scene to help restore the facility’s latest damage. The team immediately… Continue reading

Water Damage Restoration in Port St. Joe – Speedy Medical Office Recovery

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Problem On January 20, 2017 at 6:30am Complete DKI received a call from the facility manager for a healthcare facility, located in the rural city of Port St. Joe, FL. The water line coming out of a water heater had ruptured and flooded the majority of the first floor of the multi-story building. Solution The Complete DKI team quickly mobilized.… Continue reading

Flood Damage Restoration in Louisiana Parish School District

Flooded school hallway

Problem Unexpected catastrophic flooding in Louisiana left homes and businesses in several parishes severely damaged. Solution DKI Member, Complete DKI, helped one of the parishes that sustained damage to its schools, office facilities, libraries and its church. The team worked with the school district to restore their properties, including four of its schools, with up to six feet of silty… Continue reading

Strength in Numbers: Large Water Loss Restoration for Software Campus in Verona

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Problem Thunderstorms with heavy winds and hail produced widespread damage across Wisconsin. Due to the velocity of these storms, two buildings, Oz and Grimm on the Epic Software Campus in Verona, WI, were largely affected. Both buildings were located within an active construction site with hundreds of workers on site when the flooding occurred. They required immediate drying to continue… Continue reading

Water Damage Restoration For Major Children’s Apparel Store in Ohio

Water damage on ceiling tiles

Problem On Sunday evening after closing, a large national children’s retailer in Ohio called in needing emergency water damage restoration services for damaged the ceiling tiles and hardwood floors of one of their retail stores. The store requested to be in condition to open the next morning at 10:00 AM. Solution Reassuring the client, the DKI member on the call told them… Continue reading

Water/Flood Damage Restoration For Missoula County Schools

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Problem On an early Sunday morning, a Frenchtown School District employee arrived at Frenchtown Junior High and High School to discover a leak. A pipe in the boiler room had broken, spilling more than 1,200 gallons of water per minute throughout the school. Solution DKI was called onsite to begin flood damage restoration services. When the team arrived, they began damage… Continue reading

Water Mitigation At Bridge Properties in Denver and Aurora

Flooded street in Denver

Problem In September 2013, unprecedented, record-breaking rainfall had caused widespread flooding throughout Colorado, including areas that didn’t have any history of flooding. In Aurora, the Landon Park Apartments were flooded by rising ground water, and the number of affected units was increasing rapidly. Simultaneously, in Denver, Dartmouth Place, a complex of 20 three-story buildings with 24 units each, was experiencing… Continue reading