As a result of the recent hurricane damage in Florida, many engineering projects are underway to assess and repair the affected structures. These projects are essential to for the safety of the public and to protect against future damage.
Some of the most common damage caused by hurricanes is to the roofing, windows, and doors of buildings. These systems are designed to withstand high winds and heavy rains, but they can be damaged by flying debris or falling trees. In addition, the high winds can cause structural damage to buildings, including collapse.
Our engineers are working hard to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Ian and to develop plans for repairs.