Investigating Irma: What Today’s Hurricanes Mean for Building Design
October 19, 2018

Hurricane Irma was the costliest storm in Florida’s history and devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands. The investigative teams examining both places after the storm discovered design issues that have wide-ranging implications for building codes and design strategies.

Learn what did and didn’t stand up to the storm with structural engineer William L. Coulbourne.

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Janelle Penny | Editor-in-Chief at BUILDINGS

Janelle Penny has more than a decade of experience in journalism, with a special emphasis on covering facilities management. She aims to deliver practical, actionable content for facilities professionals.