2018 / 2019
MARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA
The Commodore Club of Marco Island is a four-building condo association on the Gulf of Mexico. They sustained damage to their shingle roofs and wanted to upgrade to metal. The difference in the reimbursable amount & the price for the new roof was successfully negotiated between Ameritech & the Commodore Club & has added both visual & financial value to the property.
LARGEST PAST PROJECTS
2008 / 2009
OPA LOCKA, FLORIDA
American Fruit and Produce was a Hurricane Wilma insurance claim that had not been settled for over a year when Ameritech became involved. At the start of Ameritech’s forensic investigation, the claim for storm damage was approximately $1,000,000. After Ameritech’s documentation, the final claim amount was in excess of $12,000,000. Ameritech’s knowledge of design, engineering, manufacturing, and installation principals was the key component in providing the insurance carrier with the necessary information to provide their client with the funds required to bring the property to pre-loss condition.
Conquistador Apartments (now operating as Sunset Palms Apartment Rentals) was a Hurricane Wilma insurance claim. The claim started at around $1,000,000 & settled at $6,700,000 with a total redesign including nearly 3 miles of 3 foot structural steel parapet wall. The roof was a combination of both modified bitumen and standing seam metal.