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  • Welcome & Thank You
  • Quick overview of today’s discussion topics.
  • Large Contracting Firm in Western PASVM by Mistick. Allegheny MillworksPittsburgh area surrounded by historic & religiousWe understand committees/funds/sacred
  • Through Tom’s business visions, he has created a family of companies that are all intertwined in construction, like his family roots, but each business stands on its own as well.
  • Who we are, what we doMajor consultants and contractor – SpecializedMitigation/Recovery – Eastern part of the countryExp with Historic & Sacred Spaces – Over 400 Bldgs. on National Register of Historic PlacesResources – Able to find the materials (matching brick, tin clgs. Slate, alum/vinyl siding)Associations - Partners for Sacred Places -
  • We will get in the car and travel as needed any time, anywhere.Having a strong support staff to back us up is what allows us to be able to mobilize.Use St Theresa example to our ability for quick response in a city 1000+ miles away – 10 min response time.
  • WV – Foreign LiabilityPA – GC in City of PittsburghLA – Building Construction, Mold RemediatorSC – General ContractorFLA – Building Contractor, Certified Roofing ContractorContinue to pursue other statesMOLD REMEDIATION
  • Overview of our services
  • Loss Valuation and Claims ManagementBest IN CLASS PRICINGYears of experience in working in all types of environmentsPost hurricaneFloodsFiresDisaster PlanningRISKEEPERPlan development assistanceContinuing EducationClasses of all typesProgram development
  • We’ve been successful in working with religious spaces – we understand the loss. We understand their main goal of community service
  • BEFORE THE CAT - Cross Training - Team Meetings - Advanced Arrival - Identification - BADGE, LETTERS FROM CARRIERS, ETC.Working in CAT loss environment – unlike anything else. If you can survive that – mentally & business-wise, you can do anything.CRG is experienced in various CAT loss events including Katrina, Hugo, 2004 Hurricane Season that ravaged Florida repeatedly and the Iowa floods.Players involved from insurance standpoint Owner Carrier/Adjuster Restoration Professional
  • First responders – quick response means less downtime and can reduce claims.
  • Claims ProcessCostsReservesRepair IssuesCode upgrades and costsGovernment regulations and permittingSafetyTeam Player – Other professional and/or contractors prior to CRGTEAM PLAYERS for Zurich Program Participants DISCUSS OUR STAFF
  • Scope – CriticalProject Management – Procurement – Long Lead/specialized items Availability due to shortage
  • Scope – CriticalProject Management – keep you informed of what’s going on - Claims VaultProcurement – Long Lead/specialized items Availability due to shortage
  • Superintendent onsite Project Managers Communicate throughout the Project – Email, TXT, Claims Vault, etc. Customer Survey Sheets MOLD REMEDIATION
  • Describe job and locationPerforming a $million + out of state
  • $1.4 Million AdditionCreated additional parking area – cut into the hillside Preserved beloved 275 year old Oak Tree
  • Crated organ pipesPlasterArtisans
  • Crated organ pipesPlasterArtisans
  • Crated organ pipesPlasterArtisans
  • Hurricane Hugo severely damaged the c.1811 church
  • Partners for Sacred Places
  • Into to Church Restoration Group

    1. 1. DedicationResponseRestorationfor Historic & Sacred Spaces<br />
    2. 2. Today’s Discussion<br />Who we are & how we got here.<br />Where we want to go.<br />Experience & capabilities.<br />Services.<br />Case studies.<br />
    3. 3. History of Mistick Family of Businesses<br />You’re only as good as the company you keep.<br />
    4. 4. Our History<br />Mistick Construction<br />Affiliated Companies<br />Churches & Historic Buildings <br />
    5. 5. Mistick Family<br />
    6. 6. Church Restoration Group<br />Major Loss Consultants and Contractors<br />Disaster Mitigation and Recovery<br />Experience with Historic and Sacred Spaces<br />Resources<br />Associations<br />Before<br />After<br />
    7. 7. Management Team & Dedicated Staff<br />Entire staff 24/7/365 <br /> on-call<br />First responders<br />Project managers<br />Superintendents<br />Administrative assistance<br />Customer support<br />
    8. 8. Credentials<br />Certified<br />Numerous state certifications for building, disaster response, restoration, and more.<br />Bonded<br />Up to $20 Million<br />Licensed<br />Multiple state licenses<br />
    9. 9. Church Restoration 2.0<br />
    10. 10. Capabilities<br />Consulting and Planning<br />Disaster Response<br />Restoration and Recovery<br />
    11. 11. Consulting<br />Loss Evaluation and Claims Management<br />Disaster Planning<br />Continuing Education<br />Restoration and Historic Preservation<br />New Construction and Renovations<br />
    12. 12. Consulting<br />
    13. 13. Disaster Response<br />
    14. 14. Disaster Response<br />Experienced CAT Mobilization Response<br />Time is of the Essence<br />Understanding the Loss<br />Client’s needs and “thoughts”<br />Damage to structure<br />Communication with the carrier/adjuster<br />
    15. 15. Disaster Response<br />Stabilize the structure and environment<br />Protect from further damage<br />Control site<br />Remove contents<br />Limit liability<br />Minimize expense<br />
    16. 16. Restoration & Recovery<br /><ul><li>Claims Process
    17. 17. Repair Issues
    18. 18. Team Player</li></li></ul><li>Restoration & Recovery<br />
    19. 19. Restoration & Recovery<br />Develop scope and estimate<br />Project management<br />Scheduling<br />Procurement<br />
    20. 20. Quality Control & Assurance<br />Expectations<br />Communication <br />Evaluation <br />
    21. 21. 2008-2009<br />
    22. 22. First Presbyterian ChurchManasquan, NJ<br /><ul><li> Consulting
    23. 23. Renovations
    24. 24. New Construction</li></ul>Before & After<br />
    25. 25. First Presbyterian ChurchManasquan, NJ<br /><ul><li> Consulting
    26. 26. Renovations
    27. 27. New Construction</li></li></ul><li>First Presbyterian ChurchManasquan, NJ<br /><ul><li> Consulting
    28. 28. Renovations
    29. 29. New Construction</li></li></ul><li>First Presbyterian ChurchManasquan, NJ<br /><ul><li> Consulting
    30. 30. Renovations
    31. 31. New Construction</li></ul>In progress photo showing expansion<br />
    32. 32. St. Brendan’s Franklin Park, PA<br /><ul><li> New Construction
    33. 33. Addition
    34. 34. Contemporary</li></ul> Construction<br />
    35. 35. St. Brendan’s Franklin Park, PA<br /><ul><li> New Construction
    36. 36. Addition
    37. 37. Contemporary</li></ul> Construction<br />
    38. 38. St. Charles PresbyterianNew Orleans, LA<br /><ul><li> Historic
    39. 39. Decorative </li></ul> Painting<br /><ul><li> Unique Finishes</li></li></ul><li>St. Charles PresbyterianNew Orleans, LA<br /><ul><li> Historic
    40. 40. Decorative </li></ul> Painting<br /><ul><li> Unique Finishes</li></li></ul><li>St. Charles PresbyterianNew Orleans, LA<br /><ul><li> Historic
    41. 41. Decorative </li></ul> Painting<br /><ul><li> Unique Finishes</li></li></ul><li>Cathedral Church of St. Luke & St. Paul – Charleston, SC<br /><ul><li> Historic
    42. 42. Hurricane Hugo
    43. 43. Reconstruction
    44. 44. Restoration
    45. 45. Decorative plaster</li></li></ul><li>Cathedral Church of St. Luke & St. Paul – Charleston, SC<br /><ul><li> Historic
    46. 46. Hurricane Hugo
    47. 47. Reconstruction
    48. 48. Restoration
    49. 49. Decorative plaster</li></li></ul><li>The PennsylvanianPittsburgh, PA<br /><ul><li> Major </li></ul> Renovations<br /><ul><li> Reconstruction
    50. 50. Decorative </li></ul> Finishes<br />
    51. 51. The PennsylvanianPittsburgh, PA<br /><ul><li> Major </li></ul> Renovations<br /><ul><li> Reconstruction
    52. 52. Decorative </li></ul> Finishes<br />
    53. 53. Trinity CathedralMiami, FL<br /><ul><li> Historic Work
    54. 54. Mitigation
    55. 55. Consulting
    56. 56. Unique Finishes
    57. 57. Code Issues</li></li></ul><li>Trinity CathedralMiami, FL<br /><ul><li> Historic Work
    58. 58. Mitigation
    59. 59. Consulting
    60. 60. Unique Finishes
    61. 61. Code Issues</li></li></ul><li>Trinity CathedralMiami, FL<br /><ul><li> Historic Work
    62. 62. Mitigation
    63. 63. Consulting
    64. 64. Unique Finishes
    65. 65. Code Issues</li></li></ul><li>Questions?<br />Thank You<br />

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