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Louisiana Shelter-at-Home

Southeast, LA

Client: Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Prepare

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Project Summary

The Louisiana Shelter-At-Home project, built for the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, included the demolition, restoration, and renovation of 1,300 multifamily homes located at various sites in Southeast, LA. The homes were damaged by the storm and flooding of August 2016. The purpose of the project was to create a safe, secure, and habitable place for residents to stay while their homes were being permanently rebuilt. Construction consisted of basic electrical restoration, securing broken windows, repairing entrances, and connecting plumbing. The project also featured the installation of water heaters, the removal of damaged installation and walls, and the repair of bathtub/showers, sinks, and toilets. Due to CORE's innovative turn-key construction solutions, centrally located warehouse facility, and original technology, the Louisiana Shelter-At-Home project exceeded expectations of the program manager, AECOM/H2Bravo, and the Governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards.

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