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Hurricane Hilary has strengthened to Category 4 and is predicted to impact Southern California as a tropical storm over the weekend, potentially bringing heavy rainfall that may lead to extensive flooding.
For specific geographic locations, hurricanes are a near certainty—it’s a matter of when, not if. Our firm has extensive experience helping clients both plan for the inevitable and execute a rapid assessment approach in the aftermath of a storm.
Climate change brings rising water levels, rendering many structures vulnerable to potential flooding. In fact, scientists have predicted that global sea levels could rise by as much as 12 inches by 2050. Add hurricanes to the mix, and it’s more important than ever for owners to establish flood resilience strategies ahead of a storm.
In an article in retrofit magazine, Managing Principal and Renewal Practice Leader Gary Mancini talks about ways to help facilitate inspections, including methods for funding and tech tools, such as drones and AI, as well as potential heightened standards for future new construction.