Storm Clean Up

Gradall Industries Inc. has introduced a storm recovery series collection of machines designed to help municipalities, counties and contractors handle multiple challenges in the wake of hurricanes, tornadoes and other weather disasters. "The summer and fall of 2020 is predicted to be a busier-than-normal hurricane season, from the Gulf Coast, around Florida, and continuing up into New England," said Mike Popovich, Gradall vice president of excavator products.

Case Construction Equipment dealer Diamond Equipment is currently supporting Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster response organization, in numerous operations throughout the state of Tennessee after a series of tornadoes and heavy storms moved through the region in March and April.

Nothing good can come of a severe thunderstorm unless you happen to be on the receiving end of an emergency contract to clean up the aftermath. Cushnie Construction Company Inc. encountered this situation on the island of Kauai in Hawaii starting on March 16, 2020.

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) The federal government said the Maine Department of Transportation will receive more than $900,000 to pay for the cost of debris removal necessitated by a severe fall storm in 2017. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is providing the Maine DOT with $926,980 for costs incurred during the storm and flooding, which happened from Oct.

Two businesses are partnering up to keep storm victims in their homes. Crawford's Construction and Roofing and Shipp's Building Contracts are working together to help families a who doesn't have insurance. They are going to help one family each month repair their home.

Sunday's heavy storms left behind a mini-Hermine scale of destruction and served as a reminder of the Tallahassee electrical grid's vulnerability to high winds and fallen limbs. The storms also gave officials a chance to see if any of the improvements they made to communicating with customers helped.