When Disaster Strikes: Minimizing the Financial Impact of Emergency Construction Work

By all indications, severe storms and weather catastrophes are becoming more frequent and more costly. The NOAA reports that between 1980 and 2017, the U.S. was rocked by 219 weather disasters that caused damages of $1 billion or more. And that doesn’t even include 2018’s mighty Nor’easter, 2019’s historic Midwest floods and the wildfires currently blazing up the West Coast.

The truth is, disasters don’t wait for you to be ready. It’s only a matter of time before you’re bracing for one. And while the safety of your staff will always be your top priority, in time you’ll have to contend with affording repairs.

Download this eBook to learn about a nimble project execution method that can help you minimize the financial impact of emergency work, so when the next billion dollar disaster heads your way, you’re as prepared as you can be.