The southeastern Louisiana flood in August 2016 submerged thousands of homes and businesses. The rainfall exceeded twenty inches in multiple parishes leaving people stranded in their homes and vehicles. During these floods, three Fresenius Kidney Care clinics totaling over 20,000 SF sustained devastating damage from up to four feet of flood water. Before the water had fully subsided, Blackline began coordination of decontamination and demolition. All interior finishes including drywall and many mechanical and electrical components were removed to facilitate a full interior renovation of the clinics. Subcontractors, materials, and other resources were brought in from neighboring states to begin the repairs. In order to restore dialysis services to resident patients as quickly as possible, an ambitious construction duration of forty-two days was set. Along with our subcontractors, we worked around-the-clock to repair damage while long lead items were expedited. An exceptional level of coordination was required to keep the project on schedule and the quality up to standard. With all scopes of work complete and state health inspections passed, patients resumed treatment less than six weeks following the interruption of service. The clinics include waiting rooms, offices, conference rooms, lounges, restrooms, and treatment areas for up to twenty patients. All three projects were completed under the contracted duration time of forty-two days and under the estimated budget.