Gordy Powell discusses the Georgia Bio Recovery Association he co-founded in 2020; co-authoring Georgia House Bill 417 which regulates the crime, trauma and death-scene cleaning industry; and Invoicing for Trauma, a new course he is offering in 2022.
Insights on infectious disease and cross-contamination control for restoration and remediation contractors – from how to gain more business in this space, to tips on disinfection and decontamination services, to mitigating exposure risks.
John Downey, executive director of CIRI, previews Healthy Buildings America 2021, taking place in Honolulu. The event was postponed to January 18-20, 2022 due to COVID-19-related restrictions in Hawaii.
As contractors move from pen and paper to digital documentation they’re left wondering what happens to the data they share. Kelly Ruane Melchiondo, a construction attorney with expertise in data privacy and security, answers commonly asked questions.
This special-edition episode features a prestigious panel of Ladder Award finalists from 2021 and 2020. They share innovative ways they are helping advance the property restoration industry, as well as their vision for its future.
Media blasting expert Wayne Lawrence covers common media blasting applications in property restoration, the range of tools available, notable case studies, product advancements, the importance of equipment training, buying versus renting, equipment cost, and more.
After years of putting out fires and pointing the finger at employees, Eric Sprague and Larry Wilberton learned to point the finger at themselves. Here, Sprague shares how he and Wilberton transformed their restoration company into one with high engagement, performance and profit.
Jim Kowalski is owner and vice president of Kowalski Construction Inc. He is also president of the Restoration Affiliates board. Here, he shares secrets to success and lessons learned in growing his third-generation, family-run property restoration company. He also explains what Restoration Affiliates is.
The value of strategic business planning, who should be involved, when it should happen, how to ensure it fuels action, why bother in a world of extreme uncertainty and more common questions answered by Jeff Jones of Violand Management Associates.