Over the weekend of September 11-13th, Portland Public Schools called INLINE to help restore eight classrooms at Harrison Park School that were damaged by a fire. Out of the eight classrooms, six were damaged by smoke. Before the beginning of the restoration process, INLINE removed all of the furniture, including desks, chairs, white boards, and cork boards. Then the process to mend these rooms began. INLINE painted all of the walls, replaced the ceiling tiles, cleaned both the floors and furniture and reattached the boards. Two of the classrooms required more work than the previous six as they were destroyed by the fire. INLINE rebuilt the classrooms by equipping them with new framing, sheetrock, paint, flooring, grid ceilings, mechanical, plumbing and casework. INLINE would like to thank employees Richard Thoen, Barry Lazott, Dave Dorval, Ramiro Sanchez, Dave Vance, Josh Stevens, and Rob Winsley; and subcontractors Mike Crenshaw from Floor Factors and Kim Tingley from W.E. Given for their efficient and diligent efforts in completing this project over the weekend.
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