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PBI is a full-service general contracting and disaster recovery solution for thousands of commercial clients throughout the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Metro areas.
PBI’s general contracting division takes the headaches out of construction services for some of the best-known institutions in the Mid-Atlantic. From design-build to tenant fit-outs to ground-up construction of new facilities, PBI has the experience our clients can rely on.
In its restoration work, PBI promises not only a fast response to any type of disaster, but a one-call, turnkey solution that gets businesses up and running again in the absolute minimum amount of time. Whether it’s a fire, flood, storm damage, biohazard or hazmat event, PBI has the equipment and trained, experienced personnel to respond and remediate right away.
That’s why a wide variety of local institutions count on PBI, from Johns Hopkins Hospital to Towson University, from the National Aquarium in Baltimore to the National Institutes of Health, from Aberdeen Proving Grounds to Whiting Turner Construction.
Whether it’s commercial construction and general contracting or the need for quick and expert help in disaster recovery, hospitals, universities, property management firms, assisted living facilities, educational and religious institutions, office and retail complexes, government agencies and office complexes all turn to PBI.
PBI’s client partners span a range of industries including:
- Hospitals and medical facilities
- Educational institutions
- Office complexes
- Government institutions
- Construction firms
- Assisted living facilities
- Multi-family housing
- Religious institutions
- Private schools
- Corporate facilities
Some of the best-known names in Baltimore and Washington count on PBI:
- Kaiser Permanente
- Whiting Turner
- Avalon Bay
- Towson University
- National Institutes of Health
- The U.S. Supreme Court
- Johns Hopkins
- Shepherd Pratt
- Georgetown University
- The National Aquarium
- Maryland Science Center
- Greater Baltimore Medical Center
- Harbor East
- Colliers International
- Cushman & Wakefield
- Merritt Properties
- Aberdeen Proving Grounds
In 1985, the Popowski Brothers began in business by purchasing Baltimore inner city real estate in Fells Point, Federal Hill and Butchers Hill. Those properties were rehabbed and sold at the time which was at the forefront of inner city community redevelopment.
A property owner overlooking Patterson Park suffered a catastrophic fire in 1987 which destroyed his home. Knowing our work for high quality, Popowski Brothers were contracted to rebuild this property and return the homeowner to the neighborhood he loved. This was the beginning of Popowski Brothers' dedication to restoring damaged properties for our clients.
In 1988 Popowski Brothers Inc. was founded for the sole purpose of restoring properties damaged by fire, flood, storm or other disasters. Later in 2003, Popowski Brothers Inc. became PBI Restoration Resources and has continued with a reputation of service and success for thousands of clients.
Over those decades of remediating fire, flood and storm damage, our clients often requested non-disaster related construction work of PBI, and we built a large portfolio of general contracting projects throughout the region. With that shift in focus, PBI Restoration Resources became simply “PBI.”
PBI is a group of highly-trained, experienced professionals utilizing state-of-the-art equipment. Since our inception, we have made a name for ourselves as a leader in disaster restoration within the Mid-Atlantic region due to our professionalism, knowledge, resources and sensitivity to our clients' needs.
We offer complete commercial disaster recovery services for fire, flood, tornado, hurricane or other perils. No matter what type of damage, the top priority at PBI is to restore a place of business as quickly as possible to resume day-to-day activities with minimal interruption.
From our locations in Baltimore, D.C., and Northern Virginia, we provide 24/7 emergency service, mitigation and total restoration throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.