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Hospitality Case Study

Sasser Restoration Restores Beach Resort After Devastating Hurricane Damage

Project Overview

Hurricane Ian left behind a trail of devastation after it made landfall along the nation’s east coast. A beach resort was structurally impacted by the storm and required immediate restoration and reconstruction services. With a damaged roof and affected hallways and guest rooms, Sasser Restoration was called on to restore the building to its pre-loss condition.

Quick Facts

  • Project Duration: 4 Weeks
  • Round Dollar Value: $2 Million
  • Space Affected: 70,000 Square Feet
  • Equipment Required: 175 Dehumidifiers, 50 Air Scrubbers, 4 Desiccants
  • Personnel: 60 Team Members Including Project Managers, Supervisors and Technicians

The Impact

After Hurricane Ian barreled through Coconut Palms, Florida, the roof of a beach resort was severely damaged. Sasser Restoration was called on to mitigate the secondary damages in the hallways and guest rooms. Sasser teams responded immediately and with the use of specialized water damage restoration equipment and our trained personnel, Sasser teams minimized the losses for this resort. After one month of restoration efforts, 70,000 square feet of hallways and guest rooms that had suffered water damage were restored to their pre-loss condition.

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