I have found a local company that does acoustic treatments and fabric, and have also contacted the Erskine Group. In my particular case, the insurance situation is complicated and still being sorted. Hopefully, once resolved, there will be some insurance money.
For anyone else with a finished basement, I would suggest talking with your insurance agent so that you fully understand your coverage. As most people in Boulder are learning, insurance is almost worthless for basement flooding. You can get flood insurance only if you live in a floodplain. If you do have flood insurance, it does not cover any of the contents of your basement, only things considered attached to the home, like a furnace or water heater. If you finished a basement in a floodplain, refinishing the basement is not covered. If you do not live in a floodplain (I don't), it is my understanding that no insurance covers you for surface water or ground water that gets into your basement -- you are basically not covered. The one exception is that you may have a rider that offers very limited coverage if your sewer or sump pits back up into the basement. My rider is similar to flood insurance in that it only covers things attached to the home (that you can't carry upstairs), and a freezer and the food in the freezer (but not a refrigerator and it's food). For a lot of people, I think the only recovery money will be coming from FEMA, who has been incredibly efficient.