Update: CAT Protocol Activated in Response to Hurricanes Michael & Florence

Updated: 10/15/18

Effective October 15, 2018: Following the severe weather and property damage caused by Hurricane Michael, Donan is currently operating in engineering CAT protocol for the following offices:

Alabama
Mobile

Georgia
Atlanta

Florida
Jacksonville

 

Effective September 17, 2018: Donan is operating in engineering CAT protocol for the following offices, due to increased volume following Hurricane Florence:

North Carolina
Charlotte
Raleigh

South Carolina
Charleston
Greenville

Virginia
Richmond

 

The firm’s national resources are being redirected to bring additional engineers to the area in order to meet the increased needs of our clients as swiftly and effectively as possible. As a result of the additional CAT deployment, our weekly project capacity will increase dramatically in the affected areas.

As always, the additional experts we’re providing are Donan employees, not subcontractors or 1099 workers – this means you have access to professional engineers who are licensed, qualified and have extensive experience. While deployed resources are in place, engineering projects with a loss location in one of the listed offices will be billed at the CAT rate. Please note that this only applies to civil and structural engineering projects and will not impact mechanical or electrical assignments.

Donan will continue to operate in CAT mode in the Mobile, Atlanta, and Jacksonville offices, as well as in the Charlotte, Raleigh, Charleston, Greenville, and Richmond offices, until further notice; we’ll communicate with you via email when the increased demand ends.

To read more about Donan’s CAT Protocol, visit www.donan.com/catprotocol.

 

 

 

*Donan projects are automatically billed from the enabled office that is closest to the loss location. When that office is operating under Donan CAT Protocol, all Forensic Engineering and Roofing projects will be billed at CAT rates.  CAT rates will only be in effect for the length of time that deployed resources are in place to meet increased client demand.

 


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