FEMA Contractors questions

Old 08-28-2017, 07:31 AM
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Just to be clear hear I am not a carpet bagger POS.

However infrastructure will need to be repaired after this storm in Texas. I have a Florida EC license carry a ton of insurance etc. Will there be any need for Electrical/data/low voltage contractors after the storm?

We would be willing to work as a sub contractor for a Texas contractor or FEMA. Does anyone have any experience working with FEMA? All our government work has been military.

When we have hurricanes in Florida we had a ton of Texas roofing contractors here Florida working so just curious if it would be the same for ECs?
Old 08-28-2017, 10:23 AM
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Shouldn't be a problem with licensing reciprocity. Check with tdlr. Can't hep with any FEMA info.
Old 08-28-2017, 11:17 AM
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1. better bring your own place to live

2. better bring your own place to live

3. probably better be ready to deal with a LOT of paperwork to get paid for most jobs

insurance companies are going to be looking to say "flood damage....not covered" for a ton of stuff

4. probably be better off at least at first bringing in a dump truck and anything that shreds stuff especially stuff besides trees/wood
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Lodging, fuel, food, inside hookup will be difficult to come by in the area. Figure you will be driving 2+ hours one way into Houston/Rockport for work for months. If you can get on the FEMA contractors approved list it might be worthwhile but you're going to jump through some major hoops.

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