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DebrisPro™ and Hand-Held Unit Experts

Ryan Booth, Debris Management Specialist

Ryan Booth has six years of experience with Witt O’Brien’s as a Debris Management Specialist. He has held many important positions in debris monitoring projects, including managing projects in response to the North Carolina Severe Winter Storm, Louisiana Hurricane Isaac, and Massachusetts Storms and Tornadoes.

As a Debris Management Specialist one of Mr. Booth's primary roles is project management. He was one of the first project managers with the company to oversee a project that utilized the full scope of what DebrisPro has to offer. He was the first project manager to use the hand-held units on a project in the field, and has seen firsthand how DebrisPro and hand-held units have helped local and state governments more efficiently manage the FEMA reimbursement programs. The Witt O'Brien's technology solutions help clients get the information and data they need to seek reimbursement in a user-friendly, organized format.

Sample Experience:

  • Hurricane Isaac - As part of the initial response team that was on the ground with two Mobile Command Units ready to begin preliminary assessments within hours of “all clear.” Hired and trained local residents to fill monitoring positions. Ensured adherence to FEMA, state, and local requirements, monitored and managed public and private property debris removal, as well as waterway removal and home demolitions. Hurricane Isaac totaled 6,825 tickets for 230,076 cubic yards of debris for a total cost of $2,122,936.
  • Winter Storm DR-4167 - As part of the initial response team that was on the ground with a Mobile Command Unit ready to begin preliminary assessments within hours of “all clear.” Hired and trained local residents to fill monitoring positions. Ensured adherence to FEMA, state, and local requirements, monitored and managed public debris removal.