Tag Archives | disaster response

SAME Resilience Response & Recovery Forum

The devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, an unprecedented two Category 4 storms hitting the United States back to back, has created significant requirements for engineers, site assessments, public health, emergency response and various other A/E/C-related capabilities. Hurricanes Maria and Jose are further compounding the need for support. Many SAME member companies and agencies […]

TME Looks Back: “Small Business to the Rescue”

Proactive on-site management contributed to successful completion of mold remediation at Naval Station JRB, New Orleans.

To observe the 10th Anniversary of the relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, SAME will look back through the pages of The Military Engineer magazine on the recovery in the wake of the tragedy and the engineering, risk management, and technology innovations that emerged in the months and years after to mitigate the impact to New Orleans from future […]

TME Looks Back: “Building Quickly”

Flooded cemeteries and mortuaries throughout Louisiana made it necessary to provide temporary mortuary facilities.

To observe the 10th Anniversary of the relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, SAME will look back through the pages of The Military Engineer magazine on the recovery in the wake of the tragedy and the engineering, risk management, and technology innovations that emerged in the months and years after to mitigate the impact to New Orleans from future […]

TME Looks Back: “Emergency Assessments”

To observe the 10th Anniversary of the relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, SAME will look back through the pages of The Military Engineer magazine on the recovery in the wake of the tragedy and the engineering, risk management, and technology innovations that emerged in the months and years after to mitigate the impact to New Orleans from future […]