Hurricane Season During a Pandemic: How Construction Companies Can Prepare - September 2020

By Trent Cotney, FRSA General Counsel, Cotney Construction Law
Thu, Sep 17, 2020

In the days before a hurricane, residents of high-risk areas may find themselves subject to evacuation orders. Many people travel north to other states, while others flee to shelters. It seems likely that COVID-19 is an added threat to the panic that a major hurricane brings. 

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted as many as six major hurricanes this year. A major hurricane is classified as a Category 3 or higher, with winds over 111 miles per hour and guaranteed to bring significant destruction and possibly death. As a result, Florida’s roofing contractors should prepare in advance. Read more


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