Introduction AshBritt Presenting Team Rob Ray Vice President
Impacts of the 2005/2006 Hurricane Season, LA & MS Thursday, June 5, 2008
Presentation Objectives • Know one another prior to a disaster • Inform about AshBritt capabilities, processes, commitments, documentation and special logistics • Review recovery program actions for 2005/2006 • Review current disaster recovery environment • Addressyour questions, needs and concerns
About AshBritt • Nationally recognized rapid-response disaster recovery contractor. • Since 1992, over 80 major disaster projects. • 30 federally declared disaster events, in 12 states. • Organized to deliver integrated services and solutions.
Disaster Recovery Overview • 15 Years of Community Assistance. • Over 100 Satisfied Clients. • First Response Contractor, USACE, Hurricane Katrina, LA & MS. • Prime Contractor, USACE, Hurricane Katrina, MS. • Revenues in excess of $1 Billion over 2004-2006 • Ultimate Success through Caring Management, Quality Communication, and Highest Integrity.
Engineering Services • Environmental • Civil • Structural • Mechanical
Waste Services • Commercial Solid Waste • Vegetative Solid Waste • C&D Waste Collection
Special Environmental • Emergency Remediation • Marine Services • Special Environmental Projects
AshBritt Accomplishments 2005/06 Hurricanes Katrina & Wilma
Disaster Recovery Recent Achievements Hurricane Katrina – Louisiana/Mississippi (2005/06) [The Largest Single Company Debris Mission in U.S. History] • Removed and Processed 21 Million Cubic Yards of Vegetative Debris and Wreckage • Hauled over 650,000 Loads of Debris, with approximately 12,400 Operational Hauling Vehicles • Employed and Managed over 1,230 Subcontractors • Removed over 1,900 Tons of Spoiled Food, Public and Commercial • Removed and hauled 24,045 hazardous stumps; 180,940 leaning trees; and 332,079 dangerous hanging limbs. • Backfilled 40,542 hazardous holes and 1,814 private pools, providing barrier fencing for pools.
Disaster Recovery Recent Achievements Hurricane Katrina & Wilma – Florida (2005/06) • Collected and processed over 5 Million Cubic Yards of Vegetative Debris and C&D debris for Twenty-Three clients • Provided Emergency Power to Twelve Clients • Supplied Vacuum Truck Support to Numerous Clients • Conducted Emergency Response for Petroleum Releases • Utilized the Services of 80 Key Subcontractors
Hurricane Katrina The Scope of Damage: A Visual Analysis
Louisiana Phase I: Emergency Roadway Debris ClearanceDamages & Debris
Mississippi Phase I: Emergency Roadway Debris Clearance in 15 Counties and the City of Pass ChristianDamages & Debris
Mississippi AshBritt Debris OperationsPhase II: Debris Removal