Report States Superior Construction Needed for Oncoming Storms

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A Hurricane Sandy Task Force says that damaged cities need stronger construction to withhold against stronger storms. Pyramid Group LLC is a professional company that provides New York City with environmentally friendly construction services.

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Last month, the Hurricane Sandy Task Force that was commissioned by President Obama to develop strategies to rebuild cities damaged by last year’s superstorm, released a report containing 69 recommendations for the rebuilding process. USA Today reported that the points include a wide range of plans involving construction, electrical and phone plans. Though the overall theme is that we should be prepared for severe storms on the horizon.

Climate change has brought about a slew of severe storms over the past few years and the task force states any rebuilds in coastal towns and cities should be prepared for rising waters and other such weather in the future. By spending more money now to build more sound structures, we will be better planned for future storms. This will ultimately save money on future damage control.

The plan states that the government should encourage the private sector to develop fuel distribution and telecommunication systems in order to be better equipped to handle blackouts in the future. It has already gathered support from politicians in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

Pyramid Group LLC is a company that provides environmentally friendly construction services and has dealt largely with water cleanup in New York City. They have worked on several flood restoration projects over the past year, including flooded and water damaged basements, as well as mold removal.

Pyramid Group LLC is fully qualified to make any build any structure according to the new plans laid out by the Hurricane Sandy Task Force. For more information, they can be reached at 347-730-9488.

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Tzvika Goldenberg