Whether your facility has suffered damage from an accident, storm, vandalism, mold, or you just need help cleaning stained carpets, ServiceMaster By Frintz can restore your property back to its original condition.
The Friends of the Library Steering Committee supported the vision of a Conservation facility, and between 1989 and 1999, a portion of membership dues was set aside to help fund the facility. In November 1997, the Friends voted to contribute $250,000 toward the construction of the new facility.
ServiceMaster DAK offers complete packout, content storage and move-back services after your home or business suffers from a disaster. When necessary, it’s vital that property from a private residence, business, office, or industrial facility be removed quickly to prevent further damage. Our professionals are trained to handle your possessions with care from the initial on-site assessment through packing, transporting, content storage and safe return.
After three days and thirty hours salvaging collection items in a three story facility, a salvage participant is exhausted. Later, new life is born when news circulates around triage that 90% of the collection items were saved.
Up a creek? You might need one of these... For his part in the move process, Alexander Jackson, principal preparator, works on building mounts and boxes for these paddles from Melanesia and New Guinea in preparation for their move to our new state-of-the-art storage facility. #hearstmuseum #paddle #melanesia #newguinea #anthropology
Marianne Kelsey has been a member of the ECS staff since 2007. She completed an apprenticeship with Timothy Barrett in traditional Japanese and European-style papermaking at the University of Iowa Center for the Book Paper Research Facility in 2006. It was during her time at the UICB that she became interested in the field of conservation. She has worked as an intern at the University of Iowa Conservation Lab...
George Sanchez, Director of the Adrian G. Marcuse Library, Bronx native and self-proclaimed "New York-phile" George Sanchez came to LIM in 1985. Under his leadership, the library has expanded along with the college. What was once a 900-square-foot space with 8,000 volumes is now a 5,000-square-foot facility with 18,000 volumes and an electronic collection. Known around campus for his extensive knowledge of movies and music, he is a dedicated teacher and academic reference librarian.
In the event that your home or business suffers fire, water or mold damage, ServiceMASTER Absolute's professional staff takes great pride in helping restore a peace of mind by carefully packing, cataloging, and transporting your prized possessions to our secure, climate-controlled 15,000 sq. ft. storage facility to be cleaned, deodorized and restored to their pre-damaged condition.
FUTURE (jobsite situation resolved): While the salvage participants were removing contents from the museum to triage, local news reporters announced major traffic jams and road closures. The conservator, who supervised triage operations, contacted a vendor with drones. Next, the vendor dispatched drones from their facility to the museum then to a freezing facility and back to the museum for another load (work cycle pattern).