On Dec. 30, a fire sparked in the Denver suburb of Boulder, and quickly spread – doing more than $500 million in damage. That estimate makes the Marshall Fire the most destructive wildfire in state history, according to early assessments by Boulder County. More than 1,000 commercial structures, and homes, were damaged or destroyed.
ATI’s Denver office mobilized almost immediately, heading to ground zero to assist their commercial clients. In many cases, ATI was first on scene for restoration efforts, and partnered as much as possible with local emergency responders in the area.
In this episode of the Restoration Today podcast, ATI’s Executive VP of National Operations, Brian Davis, shares insights from what those early days look like as the fire was happening, what restoration efforts have looked like since, what the future is looking like, and how the rest of the industry can help – and be prepared for an incident like this to hit their service area.
This episode is sponsored by Dot Cleaner.