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Five Essential Preparedness Tips for Hurricane Season

Resiliency and contingency risk management for protecting properties

June marked the beginning of the yearly hurricane season, with the bulk of Atlantic storm activity historically occurring between the months of August and October. While the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts a near-normal 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, a recurring trend of highly destructive weather events necessitates longer-term considerations from owners, investors and lenders about the infrastructure risk these natural disasters pose to their assets. This includes not just ways to mitigate secondary post-storm damage, but also implementing safer, more resilient, commercially cost-effective building design in the future.

Whether you are looking to improve your property’s resiliency or prepare a ready contingency plan in case of damage during a storm, here are some tips to keep in mind to help protect and preserve your asset in the future.

To read all five preparedness tips for hurricane season, click on the full blog post here.