Rebuilding Texas: Protections And Limitations For Designers

By Brian Gaudet and Courtney Lynch (January 31, 2018, 1:08 PM EST) -- In late August of 2017, Hurricane Harvey dropped a staggering 40-61 inches of rain across southeast Texas. Individual drops of water combined to create over $180 billion worth of estimated damages to public and private buildings and structures statewide. The federal government has committed substantial dollars toward reconstruction efforts with the promise of more dollars to follow. Many public entities will be the recipients of those federal rebuilding dollars. For members of the construction industry who plan to enter the Texas market, and for those already in the private Texas market who wish to engage in public projects, there are important...

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