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Commercial Remodel

A and I, Inc.
Remodelers of Myrtle Beach, SC

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Industry Associations: NIR; DKI; ASCR; CMR; CWLS
Professional Designation:  CR

Todd Setzer
1004 8th Avenue N. Ext.
Myrtle Beach, , SC 29577
Phone: 843-448-8485
Fax: 843-626-7195
Website: www.ai-restoration.com

 

1998 Commercial Remodel

Dealing with two hurricanes in two months doesnít stop A & I.

Devastation greeted A & I, Incorporated when they arrived at St Regis in North Topsail Beach, North Carolina, after Hurricane Bertha destroyed the community in July, 1996. The homeowners association had contracted A & I to rebuild their losses. The scope of work was to rebuild 230 condominiums, a 4,000 square foot restaurant, two conference centers, and a variety of retail establishments.

After assessing the damage and beginning the repairs, all A&Iís work was destroyed by Hurricane Fran which hit the community two months after Bertha. Fran cut the island in two, and all power and water were gone. A&Iís construction trailer was washed into the waterway, several backhoes were totaled, and other equipment sustained heavy damage.

Armed with only a company car and a cellular phone, A&I management had to rebuild the crew of more than 100 quality employees and a host of 50 subcontractors. The project required continual security against vandalism and looting throughout the project. The US Marines were were enlisted as general labor, allowing construction to continue until 11:00 PM with temporary lighting used for evening work. A&I also employed maids from area realty offices who were out of work as a result of the hurricanes. The served as the cleaning service as each unit was completed.

The extra workforce and extended hours resulted in the timely completion of the project, and eight months later the community was ready for the tourist rental season to begin again at North Topsail Beach.