Minimizing the Financial Impact of Emergency Work

According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, since 1980, there have been 188 weather and climate disasters that resulted in at least $1 billion in damages each across the U.S.

When disaster strikes, every second counts. Because of this, it has become a best practice to be prepared by creating plans, practicing emergency drills, developing safe zones, installing communication systems with alerts and warnings, and more. Even so, the hours and days after an emergency situation can feel chaotic and vulnerable.

It is imperative for facility and infrastructure owners and managers to employ responsive and reliable construction procurement strategies that enable work to begin immediately following an emergency situation.

Whether a natural disaster or man-made emergency situation, wasting time or resources on emergency repairs can’t be afforded. Job Order Contracting expedites the construction procurement process while keeping costs fair and reasonable.

Campus facility and infrastructure owners and managers need qualified contractors that are readily available and flexible to adhere to scheduling demands while minimizing disruption. With Job Order Contracting, controlling the cost of unexpected projects can be a reality.

View the whitepaper to learn how you can expedite work and minimize the financial impact of emergency situations.