Turner Participates in NYC Building Resiliency Task Force

Turner Participates in NYC Building Resiliency Task Force

WASHINGTON, D.C. – July 10, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Following Super Storm Sandy’s devastation along the East Coast of the United States, the City of New York called upon the Urban Green Council to convene a NYC Building Resiliency Task Force –a group of real estate owners, property managers, architects, engineers, contractors, city officials, code consultants, and attorneys – with a mission to make recommendations to improve building resiliency and maximize preparedness for future weather emergencies, as well as re-evaluate sections of the New York City Building Code.

In addition to making contributions to working groups and committees, which developed more than 100 proposals over a period of five months, members of Turner’s New York estimating department and operations team provided cost analyses and estimates for the 33 proposals selected for final submission to the City.

Click here for more information about the task force and their report, and to track the legislative progress of their recommendations.

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