|  May 19, 2011 |

“The disaster contractor can never let his guard down and always must keep his personnel in a state of readiness.  For many contractors this can be very hard as you have to find some way to keep your people busy and productive between disaster while continuing to be ready to drop everything and respond.  This has always proven to be a delicate balance for the serious disaster response company.  For those that succeed though it can be very rewarding.”

–Ryan Lombardo, Lombardo Management General Contractors, commenting on the Disaster Contractor Network Blog

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