Hotel and Resorts Projects
ritz carlton, fl
Solutions For Your Unique NeedsService: Emergency Response Restoration and Reconstruction
The Ritz Carlton sustained $1 million worth of damage resulting from a fire at their beach resort in Key Biscayne, FL. Due to high winds, the outdoor restaurant’s thatched roof caught fire during a rotisserie cooking party. Fortunately no one was hurt but most of the furniture and contents were destroyed, including parts of the adjacent building structure, kitchen, and bar.
- Emergency services and reconstruction were essential to clean and restore the restaurant
- Interstate cordoned off the area to protect the guests and conceal the worksite so guests could enjoy their stay. A high-end temporary bamboo fence was used to secure the area and fit with the existing architecture
- In compliance with Florida regulations, Interstate subcontracted a native American company to rebuild the chickee hut including the thatched roof
- Interstate completed the job on time while abiding by city noise ordinances