Haskell’s Integrated Business Model Ideal for Disaster Recovery

Posted by Admin on Aug 25, 2017 12:42:06 PM

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 While most of Haskell’s commercial and industrial projects have the benefit of months of careful planning and execution, clients also turn to Haskell in times of crisis. Haskell disaster recovery teams leverage well established, in-house, integrated capabilities and expertise that span a wide range of engineering disciplines, construction professionals and risk management best practices. Because these integrated teams work together on traditional projects (non-crisis), when called upon for disasters the cooperation and coordination is seamless.


“These facilities are not only essential to a company’s production and performance expectations,” says Keith Perkey, Division Leader of the Food & Beverage Division, “but people’s lives are deeply impacted. Our integrated Haskell teams respond with remarkable sensitivity as well as a real sense of purpose.”


Having 20 offices around the US, Haskell can typically deploy resources to disaster sites in a matter of hours when a safety and facility assessment can be rapidly completed. Haskell often takes the lead at organizing management, engineering teams and required vendors as needed to make informed and quick decisions.


“Our first priority is always safety,” says Perkey. “But then the real works begins to assess the damage, develop a plan, then mobilize resources. Our goal is to safely and efficiently get a facility back into production as quickly as possible.”


Haskell’s recent disaster recovery projects include projects for a global beverage company, a major US retailer and a bottled water manufacturer. These Fortune 500 companies put their trust in Haskell, and so can you.   



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Topics: Safety, Manufacturing