Unexpected Disasters

Unexpected Disasters

The Baton Rouge Flood of 2016 caused the area to receive torrential downpours that resulted in severe flooding of the area. QRI was flooded; QRI employees were flooded; and QRI’s family of employees were flooded. QRI alone had a $1.2M insurance claim. However, QRI...
QRI Expanding

QRI Expanding

QRI added our Construction Section in 2009 because the ARRA funded many shovel ready construction projects. By this time, QRI had learned to sustain during natural disasters and economic downturns. Therefore, when Hurricanes Ike ($30B) and Gustav ($7B) blew into our...
Impacting Natural Disasters

Impacting Natural Disasters

Hurricane Andrew ($56B) in 1992 disrupted both the Texaco and Chevron impoundment closure work and was QRI’s first experience at the tremendous disruption of natural disasters in a region. QRI’s major oil clients during Decade 1 were Texaco, Chevron USA (CUSA),...
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