SERVPRO Responds to a Flooded Hospital
A hospital doesn't have the luxury of closing down to deal with water damage. Especially when that hospital is the world-renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center and it's the middle of a Pandemic. SERVPRO of Mandarin crews were onsite through the night to make sure no patients missed their treatments or appointments the following morning.
When a cooling system malfunctioned causing a large water damage on the Hospital's first floor, the Lab, Doctors' Offices, Lobby, and other areas were affected. Team SERVPRO was able to extract the water, place drying equipment, and assist the Hospital's engineering staff with other needs.
Note: The water in the first image is dyed pink so that the Hospital's Engineering team can more easily pinpoint what system the water came from, allowing for faster repairs. Other water systems in the building are also dyed blue for this same reason.