South Bend, February 10th, 2021 – First Response Disaster Restoration Specialists, the leading restoration contractor in Michiana, announced today that it had been awarded a five-year U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) for restoration and remediation services. This contract included (3) 5-year renewal periods for a potential contract term of 20 years. Through this GSA Contract, federal, state, and local governments now have the ability to utilize First Response’s services when a need arises.
“First Response has a long history of delivering exceptional service to the Michiana community whether it be fire restoration, water mitigation or mold remediation. You know you are getting the BEST when you call First Response,” said Tony Sergio, Founder and Owner of First Response. “We are proud to offer these services to support military and government agencies through this new GSA contract.”
Along with the MAS, it is not easy to obtain a government contract but going through this process verifies that First Response is capable of responding to any disaster.
With this announcement, First Response recognizes the work of many of their veterans who were instrumental in the success of First Response and ultimately achieving this GSA contract. “We thank all our veterans for their contributions,” added Tony Sergio, “and look forward to bringing our expertise and high-quality services to our government partners.”
About First Response Disaster Restoration Specialists:
First Response Disaster Restoration Specialists is Michiana’s premier full-service contracting company that has years of experience in providing property owners restoration services that are unsurpassed and unmatched throughout the Michiana area. First Response is a nationally recognized restoration contractor whose mission is to provide their clients with the highest-quality mitigation services. Regardless if your property is residential, commercial or industrial, their expert technicians can restore your home or business back to pre-loss condition.