Vanderbilt University Medical Center
During the historic May 2010 Nashville flooding flood waters moved into the basements of several medical buildings within the Nashville campus approximately 160,000 SF were affected. CCS provided immediate emergency response on Sunday May 2, 2010 while the flooding was still occurring. CCS immediately began extracting water from the facility to reduce the damage and begin to stabilize the environment. CCS began drying the facilities as soon as the water was extracted with desiccants, air moves, air scrubbers and LGR dehumidifiers. Work was completed 24 hours a day to allow as much of the basement area to function while the remaining remediation was being completed. During the remediation all of the furnishings were removed and cleaned at a remote location. After remediation was complete CCS performed an entire clean on the previously affected areas of the facility and replaced the furnishings back into the building.
Thibodaux Wellness Center
CCS CAT completed a 230,000 square mold remediation project of the Thibodaux Wellness Center. Mold was discovered during the construction process of the facility. Mold remediation of the entire building had to be completed before the building process could be completed. The facility had to be broken down into 28 zones within the building to complete the mold remediation. The work was completed in multiple daily shifts to ensure the facility could be turned over as soon as possible to complete construction. The project was completed under the monitoring of an independent Industrial Hygienist. This project required containments,air scrubbers and desiccants.
Madison County General Hospital
CCS CAT responded to an emergency service call at Madison County General Hospital in Jackson, TN. An eight inch water main broke outside the hospital, flooding the basement (approx. 55,000 SF). Upon arrival, plans were formed with the hospital and contractor to set the priorities. The priority areas were air handlers, medical records, data center and the pharmacy. CCS began by immediately extracting all standing water and removed silt from the basement. After the environment was stabilized CCS focused on immediately bringing the priority areas back online and operational. CCS technicians set up LGR dehumidifiers, air movers, and desiccant units to begin immediately drying the facility. CCS technicians then began to remove the wet drywall throughout the affected areas. Fungal growth was found and sealed to prevent cross contamination.