MARSEILLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 150
Marseilles Elementary School District 150’s single school building was flooded in April 2013, when river barges were tore free of their tug and slammed into the town’s dam and levies. The resulting breach flooded over 200 homes as well as the basement and first level of the school.
GreenAssociates was on site the morning flood waters began to recede. Working closely with the District’s administration, a plan was developed to assess, coordinate, diagram, and put in place remediation measures for the school.
Clean up and construction work through the summer and fall allowing students to return to their classrooms the third week of January 2014.
Type of Facility Elementary School
Grades Served K-8
Area of Restoration 50,579 sq ft
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