Since 1962 we have grown our Disaster Division of Lombardo Management General Contractors from our beginnings as Lombardo Bonded Tree Care out of Beaumont, Texas. Ryan and Brandon Lombardo's grandfather and father worked the company's first major disaster in 1969 when Hurricane Camille made landfall in Mississippi as a devastating category 5 storm. The company has grown significantly over the years and has been in continuous operation for almost 50 years. We have continued to grow as a leader in disaster recovery since moving our corporate headquarters from Texas to Atlanta, Georgia in 2000.
We believe residential, business and government continuity is the key to disaster recovery operations. Our focus has always been getting the community back to normal as quickly as possible and to support the leaders who are facing the cleanup chaos. We strive to be the Disaster Recovery Contractor every State, City and Government agency wants and is willing to recommend when we complete their project. To date we are proud to have completed every project by successfully obtaining a recommendation.
Our Solutions We have made a significant investment into providing uninterrupted services during a disaster and it doesn't matter which state may be effected. Our corporate offices are located in the Atlanta Metro area near Dobbins Air Force base. We have fortified our property to handle nearly any type of disaster so that if our community is effected we will continue to operate uninterrupted. Our corporate offices have a Logistics Management Command Center, fortified Computer Room, Mobile Command Centers and all wiring and utility systems underground. These connections will allow our many disaster contractors nationwide to connect and assist us immediately and effectively with mobilization, response and coordination. We have invested over a million dollars locally to aid us with our major disaster response.
We help you decide -
• Best clean up processes and equipment
• Temporary reduction site procedures
• Deadline strategies
• Inspection and management needs
• Cost options
• Disaster Mitigation
• Proper FEMA Documentation Procedures
• Mobilization strategies and timing