Common House Fire – with a Twist

This represents a typical single family detached dwelling fire. As in a multifamily fire event, water damage and hazardous material mitigation well exceeds the actual area impacted by the fire directly. Such was the case here. However, in this instance, the owner wished to take the opportunity to perform certain design modifications during the fire restoration construction. Naturally, these expenses would have to be done at their expense and segregated from the insurance company’s scope of responsibility. We were able to delineate and document the two parallel projects and integrate them into a single set of drawings.