Six Flags Over Georgia, Austell, GA

As a result of flooding in 2009, high levels of blood borne pathogens became constituents of the floodwaters.  This popular attraction was severely impacted including some areas with depths in excess of 20 feet. Prime concern was the obvious contact hazard potential to patrons upon re-opening of the park.  Working with a national IH firm, cleaning protocols and clearance sampling plans were developed and implemented in order to insure the health and safety of the patrons.  Work was divided between two prominent national contractors, critical path time schedules were developed, and oversight, Project Management and Clerk of the Works services were provided resulting in an under budget, ahead of schedule completion of all required work.