Ferreira was responsible for the emergency response, cleanup, and restoration efforts associated with Super Storm Sandy (Sandy). Following Sandy, Ferreira worked in some locations on a 24/7 basis along the New Jersey coastline. Ferreira worked as a general contractor and first tier subcontractor for the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), municipalities, utilities, and private firms to provide labor, equipment, and materials to do emergency cleanup or repair services. The Sandy operations required Ferreira to work closely and coordinate directly with government agencies, utilities, subcontractors, and the public to effectively execute our scope or work. The scope of work included, but was not limited to, shoreline stabilization, sink hole repair, sand removal and replacement – sand was screened and recycled back to create new sand berms, and the removal and disposal of debris. Work totals included 20,000 man hours; 244,500 tons of sand and debris removal; and utilized over 100 pieces of Ferreira owned- equipment.