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Jeremy Schmalfeldt, General Manager
99-833 Iwaena St.
Aiea, HI 96701

Jeremy Schmalfeldt, General Manager
800 Eha Street, Suite 33
Wailuku, HI 96793-1485

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BELFOR Hawaii responds to losses on all the Hawaiian islands.

OAHU 808.486.9388
MAUI 808.873.7183
KAUAI 808.246.2125
HAWAII 808.327.9388

BELFOR Hawaii Celebrates Anniversary of Hamilton Library Restoration Project pointer

BELFOR Hawaii recently attended the 10th anniversary of the 2004 Hamilton Library flood. Drew Chamberlain and Jeremy Schmalfeldt of BELFOR were proud to be a part of the event that highlighted the successful cleanup efforts in the aftermath of a flash flood that damaged thousands of aerial pictures and rare maps. Some of the maps were 400 years old.

Hamilton displayed a placard which read, "Staff at BELFOR’s Fort Worth facility were valued partners in the Library’s recovery effort. They treated tens of thousands of maps and aerial photographs. The Preservation Department continues to rely on BELFOR as an important partner in responding to disasters relating to cultural heritage materials."

BELFOR Hawaii Recognized For Excellence pointer

BELFOR Hawaii made the Top Ten in mitigation on the Contractor Connection Western District Monthly Contractor Report for July 2013. The Western District consists of contractors throughout the states of Alaska, Hawaii, California and Nevada. The Hawaiian office was recognized for contacting clients quickly, sending fast-response crews, filling out and filing the appropriate paperwork, and efficiently completing assignments.

BELFOR Hawaii Aids Fiji Food Drive pointer

BELFOR Hawaii was contacted by one of the leaders of a local church youth group asking for donations for the flood-drenched island nation of Fiji. Recent tropical storms and severe flooding had left thousands of people on the South Pacific island homeless and without basic necessities. Fiji’s Prime Minister toured the affected areas and assessed the situation as three to four times worse than the devastating flood in 2009.

BELFOR Hawaii contributed boxes and packing materials as well as clothing, first aid supplies, toiletries and other nonperishable items. The Fiji Flood Drive was a rousing success; more than 50 boxes of items were packed and shipped to the Islands.