Education, certification and experience:
Eric is a graduate of Anthony Wayne High School and learned his craft at Hocking College and Owens Community College…
“When I walk into a medical facility that has encountered a loss, I look first at how I can best protect the patients, and then deal with the structure or facility second”
…Eric has over 20 years experience in construction and has been with Cousino Harris Disaster Kleenup for ten years and has much experience managing large medical losses working under Infection Control Risk Management (ICRA) guidelines, and is working toward the attainment of mold remediation supervisory certification.
In addition, Eric is certified in:
OSHA 10 hour safety
Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician
Water Damage Restoration Technician
Mold Remediation Technician
Eric’s community service includes: 4 years volunteer firefighter, lifetime membership of Anthony Wayne High School Alumni and is a lifetime member of Future Farmers of America.
Tom joined the Cousino Harris Disaster Kleenup team in 2003. He is a graduate of St. Johns Jesuit High School…
“I was taught to handle and treat medical facilities with the utmost standards and care while following the ICRA standards for the remediation and repairs as we are instructed.
Each job is different and requires constant documentation of the loss, work force, equipment and materials to ensure an accurate billing at the end of the project. Timeliness, cleanliness and professionalism are standards that cannot be compromised in the medical facilities, especially when actively caring for patients”
…earned an associate degree in architectural engineering from Owens Community College and continuing education credits from the University of Toledo
Before coming to Cousino Restoration, Tom worked as a field engineer for the Bostleman Corporation from 2000 to 2003 after working as a union carpenter.
Tom’s dedication to excellent service also extends to the community. He serves on the board of directors for the Aurora House, coaches little league baseball and basketball and has been a Cub Scout leader.
Tom is certified in water damage restoration and trained in water and mold remediation through Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), Summit Training Source (Workplace safety training) as well as trained in ProMedica’s standards for project set-up.
Successfully completed projects at medical facilities include: