Construction sites are supposed to be places of creation, not destruction. Yet, sometimes, that isn’t the case. If construction professionals aren’t careful, fires can break out on site, putting workers in serious danger and costing a project serious time and money.
But commercial real estate managers don’t need to live in fear of mold. With a clearer understanding of how it works and how to deal with it, mold can become just another issue to be handled swiftly and effectively. Below, find five things you need to know about mold in commercial properties.
A fire is one of the most dangerous and traumatic events that can happen to a person and a property – which is why fire professionals and the departments they staff play such a vital role in our communities.
Managing commercial real estate is a difficult task. Property managers must juggle property upkeep, tenant management, government relations, and more. But often, the most difficult aspect is the unexpected: A flood, fire, or other disaster that can severely damage a property and take months—or sometimes years—to recover from.