NuBilt Restoration & Construction

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NuBilt Restoration & Construction
NuBilt Restoration & Construction is listed in the Fire & Water Damage Restoration category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for NuBilt Restoration & Construction which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of NuBilt Restoration & Construction on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for NuBilt Restoration & Construction is:
2134 S Valentia St
Denver, CO 80231
(303) 368-4688

"NuBilt Restoration & Construction" - ZapScore Report

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NuBilt Restoration & Construction has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that NuBilt Restoration & Construction has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Denver, Colorado is 38 and in the Fire & Water Damage Restoration category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore

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Boom! Witness first hand the destructive force of a gas explosion. The Aurora Fire Department exploded one of the fire cells that NuBilt Restoration and Construction had donated for the yearly Leadership Aurora Program. A huge thanks to the Aurora Fire Department and BMC (Building Materials and Construction Services) for making this educational demonstration happen.

A big thanks to Terry Schilmoeller from BMC (Building Materials and Construction Services) who donated building materials for these two fire cells. With these donated materials, NuBilt was able to offer their construction expertise and donate the time to create these 8x8x8 cells made from 2x4s, dry wall, a door, a window, roof, and cabinets. Even after being blown up these structures, they were still able to maintain their structural integrity. The structures were so well built that they will be able to be used for more than one demonstration¬.

Congratulations to all the participants of the Leadership Aurora Program! The Leadership Aurora Program, provided by the Aurora Chamber of commerce, helps educate, inform and develop involved community leaders interested in enhancing their leadership skills. On Thursday, May 18, 2017 the Aurora Fire Department ended the yearly program with a bang by blowing up two fire cells. By working together with Captain Siegfried Klein from the Aurora Fire Department, Terry Schilmoeller from BMC (Building Materials and Construction Services), and NuBilt Restoration and Construction, the two donated fire cells were created for the educational purposes in mind.


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@NuBilt has donated two burn boxes to the Aurora Fire Department. All done! https://t.co/7fB8DaPIXL


Happy Friday! Cherry turnovers and saying hi to clients. We are here for you! Emergency services for #floods and twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Almost complete! @NuBilt has donated two burn cells to the @AuroraFireDpt for their yearly #LeadershipAurora Program https://t.co/0UsZNDfCYB

We had fun making new friends at the 2017 Advanced Fire Investigation Seminar! Hope to see you all again next year!

NuBilt has donated two burn cells to the Aurora Fire Department for their yearly Leadership Aurora Program. This program, provided by the Aurora Chamber of commerce, helps educate, inform and develop involved community leaders interested in enhancing their leadership skills. The final class takes place at the Aurora Fire Department Training Center (CAPSTC), where the class ends with a bang. The Aurora Fire Department will show the destructive force of a fire with a demonstration. Working with Captain Siegfried Klein at the Aurora Fire Department, NuBilt donated the materials and time to construct two 8x8x8 cells made from 2x4s, dry wall, a door, a window, roof, and some cabinets. The purpose of these cells is…, well, to blow them up and set them on fire. This may sound destructive, but this is a valuable exercise in education. It is important to witness first hand just how a fire can go through a home like structure.