If damage has taken its toll on your property and the question of whether to restore it is before you, you’ve got to weigh some pros and cons. After your building suffers damage, your path forward might not be clear. 

We’ll make this simple for you.

Don’t try to do a restoration assessment on your own. Don’t move forward with cleaning or renovations after a severe event such as a flood, fire, or natural disaster without a professional by your side. 

Restoration may be possible, but to keep yourself safe and your options open, you need to collaborate closely with structural engineers, commercial restoration teams, and other key professionals. Here’s why. 

Commercial restoration teams help you ensure structural safety.

After a dangerous, damaging event occurs, you can’t make any assumptions about the safety of your space. Structural engineers can evaluate the bones of your building, ensuring it’s solid enough to withstand commercial restoration

By partnering with engineers, we’re able to provide: 

  • An assessment of structural integrity: Structural engineers are trained to assess and analyze the strength, stability, and safety of building structures. Their expertise is crucial in determining whether a building is safe to enter and work on or if restoration even makes financial sense.
  • Guidance on stabilization: In cases where a structure is compromised, engineers provide guidance on how to stabilize the building before work begins, preventing further damage or potential collapses.
  • Support developing a plan: This plan takes into account not only the aesthetic and functional restoration of the building but also ensures that the structural integrity is maintained or enhanced.

Commercial restoration teams help you comply with regulations and standards.

There is a labyrinth of paperwork standing between you and the ability to get started on your building. We’ll be here to make sure that our efforts meticulously align with local building codes and that your building remains insurable. 

Our professionals and partners can help you achieve: 

  • Adherence to building codes: Restoration work must comply with local building codes and safety standards. Structural engineers ensure that all efforts meet these requirements, avoiding legal complications and ensuring the building’s insurability.
  • All required permits and approvals: Structural engineers often assist in obtaining the necessary permits and approvals for the work, ensuring the process adheres to legal requirements.
  • Final inspection and certification: After the restoration is complete, structural engineers conduct final inspections to certify that the building is safe and habitable. This certification provides peace of mind to building owners and occupants.

Commercial restoration teams give you long-lasting peace of mind.

The very last thing you want to think about after a stressful event and subsequent restoration is further damage to your building

Our team is dedicated to setting you up for success. When you work with us, you’ll be able to enjoy: 

  • Confidence in your team: By collaborating with structural engineers, ACR demonstrates a commitment to the highest standards of safety and professionalism. This enhances customer confidence and trust in their services.
  • Building longevity: Properly executed work that addresses structural concerns can significantly extend the life of a building. Structural engineers ensure that not only are immediate issues addressed but also that long-term structural health is maintained.
  • Mitigated risks: Working with structural engineers helps identify potential future risks and mitigate them. This proactive approach can save money and prevent future damage.

When we take on a project, we prioritize working with structural engineers not just because it’s a regulatory necessity but also because we are committed to safety and long-term project satisfaction. 

If you’re interested in experiencing that level of quality and expertise, allow our professionals to help you restore your sense of calm and the integrity of your commercial space. Fill out this form to tell us more about how we can serve you.