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SRM is the nation’s leading provider of immediate disaster relief. Our single mission is to get CBRE affiliates back to business as quickly and safely as possible, no matter the size of the loss or where their business is located. 

Disaster recovery requires a vast amount of resources – resources that can only be offered by a provider that is backed by a $3 billion company with a network of more than 400 locations. Not only can SRM provide you with a recovery team who can respond at a moment’s notice, but we also have the know-how to properly manage the number of resources that go with it. After all, the disaster affects not only the day-to-day business but the employees who work there too.

SRM brings a wealth of expertise to your doorstep, thanks to our industry experts who specialize in fire and flood recovery. Our state-of-the-art techniques, including emergency corrosion stabilization, damage assessment, and comprehensive restoration planning with a scope of work and timelines, make SRM the right choice for a fast recovery. You can rest assured that your recovery efforts will be managed to the highest of standards.


Boris Erlikh | National Account Manager

ServiceMaster Recovery Management

Office: 888.259.2244  |  Mobile: 415.902.1184

Boris Erlikh just celebrated his ten year anniversary with SRM, one of the leading providers of Disaster Recovery and Catastrophe Management services in the world. During his twelve-year tenure, Boris has mitigated various levels of water and fire damage in over 200 million square feet of property in the U.S., represented by global Property and Asset Managers such as CBRE, JLL and Cushman & Wakefield. While the complexity of his operation at SRM has left thousands of clients smiling, his objective is simple – to answer his telephone 24/7/365 and have crew on site within the hour, ready to return the asset to pre-loss condition. Throughout his ten-year career, his team at SRM has demonstrated unparalleled workmanship and attention to detail, helping clients avoid liability, stay profitable and keep tenants in business during some of the most severe catastrophes the United States has ever experienced.

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