Minimizing the Financial Impact of Emergency Work

Minimizing the Financial Impact of Emergency Work

Natural disasters and emergency situations can happen at any time and anywhere. All in the same year, severe storms cause flooding in the Southeast, tornadoes rip through the Midwest and drought and wildfires devastate the West. No place is immune to emergency situations.
 
When disaster strikes, every second counts. Because of this, it has become a best practice to be prepared by creating plans, practicing emergency drills, developing safe zones, installing communication systems with alerts and warnings, and more. Even so, the hours and days after an emergency situation can feel chaotic and vulnerable.
 
It is imperative for facility and infrastructure owners and managers to employ responsive and reliable construction procurement strategies that enable work to begin immediately following an emergency situation.
 
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