Wearily waiting for Wilma | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Florida is bracing itself for Hurricane Wilma, predicted to make landfall on Sunday (10/23). Facility professionals in the area have a significant amount of time to prepare, and in a post-Katrina world, many are taking the threat seriously. For property owners preparing for and later recovering from Hurricane Wilma, Disaster Kleenup International, Inc., (DKI) has […]


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Florida is bracing itself for Hurricane Wilma, predicted to make landfall on Sunday (10/23). Facility professionals in the area have a significant amount of time to prepare, and in a post-Katrina world, many are taking the threat seriously. For property owners preparing for and later recovering from Hurricane Wilma, Disaster Kleenup International, Inc., (DKI) has […]
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Wearily waiting for Wilma

Wearily waiting for Wilma | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Florida is bracing itself for Hurricane Wilma, predicted to make landfall on Sunday (10/23). Facility professionals in the area have a significant amount of time to prepare, and in a post-Katrina world, many are taking the threat seriously.

For property owners preparing for and later recovering from Hurricane Wilma, Disaster Kleenup International, Inc., (DKI) has created an informational Web site offering valuable resources to help minimize property damage. In addition, DKI also has a 24 hour call center available to assist those facility managers requiring emergency services and property reconstruction in the wake of Hurricane Wilma.

DKI members located in Florida are preparing for Wilma’s assault along with several other DKI members from across the country moving into staging areas outside of the storm’s expected path. Once in place, the teams await word from DKI’s central command post in Chicago to be dispatched to the areas most in need of assistance.

For business owners, it is vitally important to call DKI immediately at 1-888-735-0800 to ensure that resources are available to handle your loss quickly and efficiently to minimize business interruption exposure in the aftermath of Hurricane Wilma.

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