ATI Restoration, LLCDisaster Recovery & Preparedness Planning Solutions

Established in 1989 by Gary Moore, ATI is the nation's largest family-operated disaster recovery services firm. Headquartered in Anaheim, California, the Company specializes in restoration, environmental remediation, and reconstruction services following natural and man-made disasters with an unwavering commitment to customer service. ATI operates out of 60+ offices nationwide with over 2,000 employees.

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As the nation's largest family-owned disaster recovery firm, ATI Restoration combines the agility and personal touch of a family-owned company with the resources and capabilities of an industry leader. Through an OMNIA Partners competitively solicited & publicly awarded contract, ATI Restoration can get you quick service when disaster hits. 

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ATI Restoration, LLC Contract Documentation

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Disaster Relief Services

University of California, CA

Contract Number: R2021.003053

August 5, 2021 through August 5, 2026
May renew for one renewal term of five years through August 5, 2031

Executive Summary

Master Agreement Documents

Response Evaluation

Solicitation Process