Resilient Concrete Homes: Providing Safer Sustainable Communities
Providers of any type of concrete exterior wall system for residential applications; i.e., conventionally formed concrete walls, concrete masonry, autoclaved aerated concrete systems, precast, and ICFs, could all benefit from attending this new presentation. When a major storm strikes, losing viable housing options for community residents responsible for maintaining critical services can literally stop recovery. The heavy economic, environmental and social costs of natural disasters are driving more communities to recognize the value of resilient, better built residential construction. Learn the techniques of building concrete homes based on the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety’s Fortified for Safer Living program as an effective means of providing safer, more secure and dependable housing.
1. Discuss how critical safe, secure, disaster-resistant homes are to maintain community continuity following a natural disaster
2. Review the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety’s Fortified for Safer Living program for building more robust, more disaster-resistant homes
3. Discover how building resilient concrete homes can help builders and consultants differentiate their business
4. Identify where to find more information on high-performance concrete construction
For more information please visit www.worldofconcrete.com or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.
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