Toledo’s Huntington Center, an 8,000-seat multi-purpose arena, is one of the premier spots in town for sports, arts, music, and other events (including the local professional hockey team games – go Walleye!).
So when a roof seam at the Huntington Center went out one evening in February 2014 and water subsequently damaged eight suites and a common area of suite levels, the owners knew that they had to find the best company in town to partner with.
Within 30 minutes of the original call at 7:00 pm, under the leadership of project manager Tom Peternel, Cousino Restoration & Environmental had come onto the scene. They had 20 hours to tear and clean out the damaged area since the famous county music group, Lady Antebellum, had a concert there the following day. A lot of the area was salvaged, everything was dried, and the concert went on as planned without any delays.