May 29, 2019-Savannah, GA
To better respond to existing, as well as new, commercial, healthcare, industrial, and multi-family clients in Savannah, Coastal Georgia, and South Carolina, Rolyn is expanding to open a second Georgia office. The new location will be the company’s ninth office and will be managed by Brian Speckhals.
With over twenty years of construction experience, Brian has an exceptional reputation for keeping his projects on time and within budget. As a hands-on professional, Brian’s practice in the restoration and reconstruction industry is unparalleled ensuring high quality and positive results for clients of all types. He earned a structural engineering degree from the University of Connecticut and has successfully delivered projects from Florida to Rhode Island. Brian holds IICRC certifications in Applied Structural Drying, Applied Microbial Remediation, Water Restoration Technician, and OSHA 10 Hour Safety Certification. He has managed and consulted on over $1 billion dollars of construction and restoration projects and often testifies as an expert witness in the restoration industry. His project experiences range from the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare, multi-unit residential to large scale commercial.
“We are very excited to have Brian lead our Savannah office,” commented Sam Bergman, CEO. “We look forward to expanding our service reach in the Savannah, Coastal Georgia, and South Carolina communities by providing a full range of disaster recovery, restoration, remediation, and decontamination services.”
For more than 35 years, Rolyn has provided a full range of disaster recovery and specialty construction services to a diverse client base of healthcare, commercial, and residential properties facing major disasters, everyday emergencies, and reconstruction projects. Rolyn is dedicated to maintaining and expanding its competencies and expertise across the continental United States to address the diverse emergency, environmental, and specialty construction needs of its clients.
Rolyn's PSA is a Priority Service Agreement that puts pricing, billing, and response logistics in place before services are needed. It allows you to make a decision about prices and capabilities before a disaster strikes, instead of in the chaotic midst of a disaster or emergency situation.