Our IICRC-certified technicians will evaluate your entire building down to the structural core. We create a plan that recovers, repairs, and rebuilds damaged aspects, making sure it is safe and ready for occupants.
When your home is damaged or needs capital improvements, it’s important to make sure it is rebuilt to existing health, safety, and building standards. Even minor damage can be triggered by a major underlying and unseen issue. ATI’s structural repair and building reconstruction teams combine the expertise of large-scale general contractors with over 30 years of experience in disaster mitigation and restoration.
ATI specializes in both residential and commercial reconstruction.
Our reconstruction team will connect with you within 24 hours.
Following a disaster, our general contractors and emergency response crews are available to help following a natural disaster. With teams of reconstruction experts located across the country, we can be ready to assist with your reconstruction goals and make recommendations for other needs.
Knowledge and skill are beneficial if you need to reconstruct a property after a disaster. A reconstruction team is prepared to act quickly and identify barriers to success. They will remove debris, prepare the site, and then create plans to execute your vision.
When required, ATI’s Project Manager will take out the appropriate permit(s) on your behalf. If applicable, permit fees are included in the estimate and may be covered by the insurance company.
It is an upgrade that is made when your property’s pre-loss condition no longer meets current, legal building codes. Your insurance company may recognize code upgrades in the estimation process. Any questions regarding code upgrades should be directed to your insurance adjuster.
After a natural disaster or accident, contact the team at ATI so we can assess your property. We will work closely with your insurance company and its adjusters and make recommendations for recovering materials, removing debris, and reconstructing your property.
You will likely need the advice of a professional to make this decision. Many buildings that appear destroyed beyond repair are salvageable, and vice versa. Contact ATI’s disaster recovery services to understand the best course of action.