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AFTERDISASTER awarded federal emergency services contract through GSA

December 13, 2011
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GREENSBORO, NC — The General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded a five year contract to AFTERDISASTER, according to a press release.

This contract engages AFTERDISASTER to provide all types of emergency services, including the provision of emergency electricity through generators, water damage mitigation, fire and smoke damage cleanup, mold remediation services and related product sales to all branches of the Federal Government, the release stated.

According to the release, AFTERDISASTER specializes in the provision of emergency and restoration services, as well as general contracting, for water, fire, smoke and mold damage victims in residential, commercial, institutional and governmental buildings.

"Being awarded this contract is the result of two years of deliberate, focused efforts by our Large Loss Division and administrative staff," said Chairman Joseph B. King, Jr.

"We look forward to serving the needs of the federal government and the General Services Administration," King added.

Click here to read the complete release.

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