Debris Removal Monitoring Crew Ready on Standby
When disaster strikes, Integris Projects is ready. As an 8(a) small business with years of experience in government projects and disaster relief, Integris Projects is able to provide professional debris removal monitoring services for post-event debris clean-up.
Within 24 hours we can have 60 monitors with boots on the ground, with more following closely behind.
As a debris removal monitoring operation, we have two primary goals: to ensure that the debris removal contractor is performing within the scope of work required by the contract, and to document debris removal operations. Our professional debris removal monitors have extensive experience working on construction sites and therefore understand safety regulations and procedures. Our monitors accurately document the locations of debris as well as the amounts collected in order to verify that contract requirements have been met. Our crew trained in accordance with FEMA manual 325.
Our monitoring crew is also trained in measuring and certifying truck capacities, verifying that loads meet permit requirements, monitoring public safety standards, documenting unsafe trees, ensuring that proper equipment is used, and ensuring that hazardous waste is not mixed in with loads. Our staff are fully competent in completing required reporting forms, including debris monitor reports, truck certifications, and load tickets.
Ready to Mobilize
Integris’ professional debris removal monitors are ready to deploy at a moment’s notice. Within 24 hours we can have 60 monitors with boots on the ground, with more following closely behind. Integris Projects can be engaged through several contracting vehicles, including 8(a), sole source, and others. Please reach out to us at 713-920-7123 for immediate debris removal monitoring services. For more information regarding our disaster support services, please visit the emergency response and disaster recovery section on our site.
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