Contingency Planning

Your Disaster Recovery Solution


Burst pipes, flooding, fire and smoke. You hope it never happens. But disasters occur all the time and the aftermath can be devastating in terms of property damage, business interruption, and loss of customers or staff. You cannot always predict when disaster will strike or the impact it may have on your business – but you can take steps to ensure a faster and more effective recovery if the unthinkable happens.
The ERA Solution 
ATI offers a customized Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) to commercial business owners and property managers. Created and administered by us, an ERA is a contractual agreement detailing recovery services performed should disaster strike your operation.
A Plan to Calm the Chaos 
Establishing your company as one of our pre-registered customers adds an extra measure of preparedness to your contingency plan and provides peace of mind in the event of a disaster. Once your ERA is on file, a single telephone call to one of our offices is all that is needed to initiate recovery services; minimize business interruption and loss of revenue; and get your business up and running as quickly as possible.

Pre-registration Benefits
·         Immediate emergency services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
·         No surprises – all emergency services and contractual agreements are specified before disaster happens.
·         Expert services are provided by highly trained professionals.
·         Services and costs are pre-approved by your insurance broker or agent.
How it Works 
An effective ERA merges seamlessly with your existing contingency plan and addresses your specific business needs. Before crafting your contractual agreement, we work with you and your insurance agent or broker to review your insurance policy and coverage. We then complete your contractual agreement including pre-determined services, rates and response times. 

One-Stop Recovery Shop 
With us in your corner, you can count on complete recovery services ranging from emergency response to final reconstruction work.
·         24-hour emergency response: fire and flood damage, smoke residue, debris removal, board-ups, roof covers, water extraction
·         Contents restoration: on-location cleaning, pack-outs for off-site cleaning and storage, document restoration and preservation, electronics restoration
·         Environmental remediation: mold, asbestos, lead, bio-hazards 
·         Reconstruction and restoration: minor repairs, complete demolition and rebuilding, in-house cabinet and finish work

Project Profile

Two days of major rainstorms caused flooding and mudslides, severely impacting this manufacturer of building materials. The interiors of four buildings and over three acres of outdoor space ...