ALL CASES BUILDING RESTORATION:
All Cases suffered a devastating fire in early September 2011. It is a 13,000 square foot manufacturing facility including 2,800 square feet of offices. Two weeks later we were restoring the building. We worked with the insurance company to expedite the process and find the most cost effective way to complete the restoration. While they were not physically damaged most of the steel roof and wall panels and insulation in the manufacturing/warehouse portion of the building were removed, the secondary and primary framing painted and then new insulation and panels were installed. Replacing the insulation and roof and wall panels proved to be less expensive than trying to clean them. Damaged overhead and personnel doors were replaced and all of the masonry was repainted. Most of the electrical and air lines were replaced in the manufacturing/warehouse portion of the building. The offices had smoke damage throughout and we worked to replace the ceilings, HVAC ducting and equipment and to paint all doors and walls and replace the floor covering. Much of the above work was done after hours and on weekends and All Cases was able to operate through the entire renovation.