Session 2.9 Stormwater planning at Iwakuni, Resilience Planning at NGTC, and surviving a direct hit at MCLB Albany, Georgia

APA Federal Planning Division

#9147240

Thursday, April 26, 2018
2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. CDT

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Overview

Learn how to successfully plan and recover from natural disasters and how the community can play a vital role in the process. The session will: demonstrate the value of continued planning, recovery efforts from Superstorm Sandy and the E-3 tornado at MCLB Albany, explain the 3-step disaster recovery process, how base personnel and civilian contractors can assist in the recovery from inside and outside the fence line, and will describe ways to prepare for recovery with pertinent lessons learned.

 

Learning objectives:

Differing views of Resiliency

Every project should improve Resiliency

Include all concepts/alternatives

Benefit of multiple funding considerations

Role of the Community in recovering from a natural disaster

 

Importance to FPD members:

Do our planning tools work and what are the limits?

The session outlines the real world application of planning principles and processes to natural disasters.

Speakers

Kira Zender

Senior Project Manager Jacobs Engineering

Emma Del Vento

Senior Project Manager Jacobs Engineering

Lee Feaster, ASLA

Senior Project Manager Jacobs Engineering

Frank Smith

Senior Project Manager Jacobs Engineering

Contact Info

James Potter, james.m.potter@hud.gov