Escape of Water
This high profile loss was caused by the rupture of a water valve in the cold water tank room above the ladies changing rooms. The ceilings were extensively damaged and at risk of collapse. Concrete subfloor under carpet and underlay was saturated.
DCP opted for a trailer mounted drying system to ensure minimal inconvenience to the club and its members by drying affected materials fast!
All works completed in just 7 days…
Business CRITICAL action
The initial risk assessment and scope focused on the safety of the club employees and its' members. The DCP project manager undertook a feasibility study to determine how restoration works might impact on the general business operations of the Club. The aim being to utilise the correct procedures and systems to return the club to ‘business as usual’ as quickly as possible.
A Major Loss Needs Analysis was completed to gain an understanding of the most important aspects of the business's operational requirements. Utilising specific training, skills and vast experience of water damaged buildings, DCP ensured minimal disruption to the club's business operations and minimal Business Interruption costs to the insurer.
A very successful outcome for all concerned!
You can find a copy of the case study here.