Hurricane Laura was a deadly and destructive Category 4 hurricane that is tied with the 1856 Last Island hurricane as the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in the U.S. state of Louisiana, as measured by maximum sustained winds.
The School Board had 34 campuses and 150 buildings that sustained severe damage from Hurricane Laura.
Built in 1927, Grosse Pointe South High School is a city gem even today.
Hurricane Maria caused significant damage to the Mall of San Juan, closing the mall for an extended period of time. Signal was contacted to work for multiple clients and retail locations within the mall.
A pipe main burst into the basement of this large university 9-story building. Over 8 feet of water flooded the building.
Four floors of operating rooms had to be meticulously prepared for re-flooring with hospital-grade flooring for sterile environments.
The water rushed through two levels and finally into the basements.
Following the March 2018 Nor’easter, a major assisted living company in Boston hired Signal to dry and repair their facility.
Frozen pipes burst under pressure flooding multiple facilities within the school district and causing catastrophic water damage.
A 500,000 sq ft manufacturing facility suffered severe fire, smoke, soot and water damage following an explosion.
A 16-unit apartment complex suffered a major fire in one of the buildings. The incident required extensive fire and water damage restoration.