Situation: The University of Houston’s College of Architecture lost a significant portion of its copper roofing during a hurricane. The impact occurred directly over their prestigious library, home to the renowned Kenneth Franzheim, II Rare Book Room.

Response: The Roadrunner team was onsite immediately, providing contents restoration, flood and water mitigation and reconstruction.

Process: Roadrunner packed and moved the entire library to limit damage from elevated moisture levels and worked quickly to appropriately dry damaged media.

Results: Roadrunner’s expertise was proven to be vital as parchments and prized works of art were handled with care. Roadrunner’s timely response and vast knowledge worked hand in hand to provide a successful project completion that resulted in the protection of the library’s treasured assets.

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