Worried about possible flooding from Hurricane Sandy, Lancaster, Pa., planner Rick Rodgers spent Monday night at the fortified headquarters of his namesake firm -- a building that looks like a mansion on a Southern plantation.

He was lucky: Aside from modest wind damage, the storm left the structure unscathed. However, even if “The Manor,” as everyone at Rodgers & Associates refers to it, had been destroyed, Rodgers knew he could re-create a temporary office relatively quickly. That’s because of a contract his firm has with a company called Agility Recovery, based in Charlotte, N.C.

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