Build disaster-proof homes before storms strike, not afterward

 Redesigned Breezy Point #HurricaneStrong demonstration home Portland Cement Association
August 10, 2016

Researcher T. Reed Miller penned an article for The Conversation, a U.S. based news site that prides itself in publishing stories with "academic rigor, [and] journalistic flair." Miller discussed how, in response to disasters like Superstorm Sandy, engineers are developing new building codes and tools to calculate the value of upgrades (including our own Break Even Mitgation Percentage). He argues that national policy should encourage builders to use these tools. Read the article.

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