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Category Archives: Disaster Response Services

Tyndall AFB rebuilding

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Nearly three months ago Hurricane Michael devastated the Gulf Coast. ParsCo has been steadfast in our efforts to rebuild Tyndall AFB.

We have completed demolition and asbestos abatement of seven facilities to date and are preparing our teams for the rebuilding effort this year.Tyndall AFB Recovery Contractor Panama City Disaster Services Renovation Contractor Tyndall AFB 8a construction company tyndall afb

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Tyndall AFB Repairs and Demolition

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In the wake of Hurricane Michael, ParsCo LLC remains ready to support the recovery efforts at Tyndall AFB. 

Our active abatement/demolition contract that ParsCo has is: #FA481917D4012/FA481917F1054.

If in the best interest of the government we are prepared to activate immediately for demolition or debris clearing activities.

Additionally, as an 8(a) General Contractor we are prepared to support any level of the following activities:

  • Debris Mitigation
  • Rapid Temporary Repairs (Temporary Roofing, Windows, Doors, etc)
  • Water Intrusion Mitigation
  • Mold Remediation
  • Facility Condition Assessments
  • Permanent Facility Repairs (Roofing)
  • Facility Demolition
  • Design Build or Bid Build Construction Requirements

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Panama City Disaster and Construction Services

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ParsCo is ready to help with Panama City NWFL disaster recovery efforts. ParsCo is strategically headquartered in Pensacola, Florida.

The ParsCo Disaster Response Team Members have been involved in over $30 million dollars worth of disaster related claims and re-construction projects.

ParsCo understands the needs of our clients, especially when they have been affected by Hurricane Michael.

ParsCo addresses those times with a sense of urgency, providing our clients with lots of attention and the utmost responsiveness. Time is of the essence, and a short delay in response can mean all the difference in construction costs, and the client’s ability to function as a business.

Panama City Disaster General Contractor
Tyndall AFB Disaster General Contractor
Rosemary Beach Disaster General Contractor
Seagrove Beach Disaster General Contractor

Founded in 2005, Pars-Co, is an emergency restoration and General Contractor specializing in repairing commercial and residential properties in the Southeast.

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Homeowners Guide to Retrofitting

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As a homeowner, you need clear information about the options that are available to reduce flood damage to your home and straightforward guidance on selecting the option that is best for you.

Quite often this is a difficult task.

First, you need to know what damage-reduction methods are available, the degree to which they work, how much they cost and whether they meet your needs.

Retrofitting means making changes to an existing building to protect it from flooding or other hazards such as high winds and earthquakes.

Six Ways to Protect Your Home From Flooding

Elevation is raising your home so that the lowest floor is above the flood level. This is the most common way to avoid flood damage.

Wet floodproofing makes uninhabited parts of your home resistant to flood damage when water is allowed to enter during flooding.

Relocation means moving your home to higher ground where the exposure to flooding is eliminated altogether.

Dry floodproofing is sealing your home to prevent flood waters from entering.

Levee and floodwall protection means constructing barriers to prevent flood waters from entering your home.

Demolition means razing your home and rebuilding properly on the same property or buying a home elsewhere.

Retrofitting
FEMA P-312,¬†Homeowner’s Guide to Retrofitting: Six Ways To Protect Your Home From Flooding, provides information that will help you decide whether your house is a candidate for retrofitting.

If you need additional assistance, contact us.

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Feeding The Gulf Coast

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Feeding the Gulf Coast works through member organizations and special programs.

They provide nutritious food to meet the challenge of feeding people who are hungry as a result of personal crisis or disaster.

Feeding the Gulf Coast also educates the public regarding domestic hunger, proper nutrition and related issues.

Visit FeedingTheGulfCoast.org

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Disaster Response Services

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624230

236220 Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
562910 Remediation Services
624230 Emergency and Other Relief Services
238910 Site Preparation Contractors
526910 Remediation Services
236115 New Single Family Housing Construction
236116 New Multifamily Housing Construction
238160 Roofing Contractor
238310 Drywall and Insulation
444190 Other Building Material Dealers
562998 Misc. Waste Management Services
561320 Temporary Help Services
541350 Building Inspection Services
926110 Administration of General Economic Programs
561720 Janitorial Services
56211 Waste Collection
238990 All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
321991 Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing
453930 Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers
336212 Truck Trailer Manufacturing
624190 Other Individual and Family Services

 

 

 

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Disaster Response

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In any disaster, time is of the essence and pro-active planning will speed up the recovery process, limit financial loss, and minimize business interruption.

ParsCo understands the needs of our clients, especially when they have been affected by a natural disaster. ParsCo addresses those times with a sense of urgency, providing our clients with lots of attention and the utmost responsiveness.

Time is of the essence, and a short delay in response can mean all the¬†difference in construction costs, and the client’s ability to function as a business.

Some of the key factors that you should carefully consider when evaluating the ParsCo Disaster Response Team:

1) ParsCo, LLC regularly self performs the following disciplines: Site work, site utilities, framing, drywall, wood trim, painting and plumbing. Self performing some or all of these disciplines has repeatedly allowed us to control project specific issues related to design, schedule, quality control, and cost. This ability to address emergency situations with our own forces is a tremendous advantage in times of emergency or disasters. There is no need to find a subcontractor to perform the work, because we complete these scopes ourselves.

2) ParsCo owns property within the Florida Panhandle with materials and storage available for bulk¬†materials that may be required in time of a disaster. Having the ability to stockpile these¬†materials means no matter what the material shortage may be in the area, we will be ready to¬†address the re‚Äźconstruction effort without delay.

3) ParsCo has managed single projects as small as $1,000 and as large as $185,000,000. You will get the experience of larger construction firms while receiving services specific to your needs.

Below is a list of items we will ask you to provide ParsCo in order to assist us should the need to utilize our services arise. The following documents will help us gather information about your facilities so we can respond in a timely and efficient manner to minimize loss.

The key to mitigating any type of loss is the ability to react and the ability to react is driven by communication and information.

Below is a list of items we will ask you to provide ParsCo in order
to assist us should the need to utilize our services arise.

HURRICANE/STORM EVACUATION PLAN/PROCEDURES
SITE PLANS/MAPS (drawings of every building)
Aerial Maps or Key Maps
GPS COORDINATES (street signs are not always left standing)
ROOFS (type of roofs on buildings ‚Äď i.e. flat roof, etc.)
NEW CONSTRUCTION RENOVATIONS
PRE-PLANNED AGREEMENTS ON GENERATORS, (Admin. Offices, Server, Freezers)
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES (Both parties)
LIST OF BUILDINGS AND SQUARE FOOTAGE
‚ÄúKEY MASTER‚ÄĚ – Someone who can provide us with keys for every door in every building. It is very¬†important that we have instant access. In the past, people who had the keys had evacuated and did¬†not return for several days which delayed the recovery process. If possible, we would like to have a¬†set of keys.
BUILDING PRIORITY LIST (if there is widespread damage, which buildings are most critical to bring back on line first?)
DESIGNATED MEETING PLACE (to meet after storm). Communication may be down for days for storms, including cell phone towers.
COMMAND CENTER РDetermine a designated location that could be in place for 60 days, if required. Space would need to be large enough to accommodate large equipment and materials.
Area will need to be on pavement and placed on high ground.
ASBESTOS SURVEYS (of all buildings)
LEAD PAINT SURVEYS (of all buildings)

Questions: info@pars-co.net

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2017 Disaster Response Services

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2017 Hurricane Names: Arlene, Bret, Cindy, Don, Emily, Franklin, Gert, Harvey, Irene, Jose, Katia, Lee, Maria, Nate, Ophelia, Philippe, Rina, Sean, Tammy, Vince, Whitney {Followed by the greek alphabet, if needed.}

How prepared are you for a natural disaster?

Disaster Response Team Gulf of Mexico
Is your business ready to rebound quickly and get back to work?

Most companies and organizations find that they are not prepared in the event of a natural disaster.

Emergencies strike quickly and unexpectedly, so having peace of mind that a company knowledgeable in dealing with insurance claims and re-constructing your place of business is priceless.

Lucky for you, the price is very reasonable to have that peace of mind.

ParsCo firmly believes that we will not only meet your needs, but exceed your expectations.  Once we are selected for a project, ParsCo makes a commitment that runs far deeper than its contractual obligations.  It’s a deeply personal commitment that goes above and beyond ordinary expectations.

ParsCo is prepared to perform at the highest standards in order to implement your mitigation plan that can form the foundation for a long-term strategy to reduce the uncertainty associated with disaster losses.

ParsCo looks forward to meeting with you so we can begin the planning process, as it is as important as the plan itself.

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