Resiliency Speakers Series: Disaster Recovery, Insurance Coverage, and Building Resiliency

2013
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Enterprise Community Partners
Summary
How do we ensure that our insurance coverage is sufficient to protect our organizations, buildings and residents’ health in the event of a natural disaster and interruption in business activities?
Description

Originally broadcast on October 11, 2013.  

Superstorm Sandy left many building owners and operators with a great deal of uninsured equipment and infrastructure damage. Insufficient coverage for physical damage or for liability claims resulting from an emergency event could exhaust your organization’s cash reserves and cripple both business and housing operations. How do we ensure that our insurance coverage is sufficient to protect our organizations, buildings and residents’ health in the event of a natural disaster and interruption in business activities?

About the Resilience Speakers Series: Enterprise’s New York City Office hosted a series of panel presentations on housing resiliency, which explore the long-term recovery challenges and opportunities for the multifamily affordable housing infrastructure in New York City and the surrounding region in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. The series is part of Enterprise’s ongoing efforts to support Superstorm Sandy recovery and rebuilding, and strengthen the resilience of affordable housing for the most vulnerable residents.

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