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When ENERCON was asked by a client to deploy to the area hardest hit by Hurricane Harvey, we responded the same day.  Having received the call on Thursday, before the storm made landfall, ENERCON knew this client, one that ENERCON has served for over 15 years, was preparing for the worst. As one of three hazardous service providers called to the client's Disaster Response Command Center, our team is preparing to be actively engaged with the clean-up efforts for at least 2-3 months.

Thousands of businesses and families have been affected by the destruction left by flood waters as a result of Hurricane Harvey.  ENERCON's client is a backbone of the city's infrastructure and therefore it is imperative that they get their facilities back up and running in order to assist the rest of the community build back their lives.  As businesses assess the water damage, ENERCON's licensed hazardous surveyors will be some of the first people in the buildings to investigate for hazardous materials and conditions, and sample affected building material for asbestos and mold before remediation can be scheduled.  While ENERCON has initially deployed two surveyors, more stand by ready to deploy once the flood waters start to recede and more buildings are accessible.  As the surveys are completed, our client will be able to prioritize the facility repairs and get to the task of recovery.

Our hearts and prayers go out to all victims of the storm, and offer condolences to all those that have suffered great loss.


Wendy Lambert
(813) 962-1800 ext. 212