Society has been flexible enough to absorb disasters, but recovery can only be as efficient as the preparation. Leaders of BOMA Utah and its Emergency Preparedness Committee are urging its members to prepare for a disaster...
Disaster Recovery & Restoration
At 2:39 a.m. on Dec. 17, 2010, in the Nu Skin building adjacent to the Provo Tabernacle, a security officer glanced at his exterior grounds cameras and saw smoke wafting from the roof of the Provo Tabernacle.
- by Kelly Lux
On the morning of Tuesday, April 17th 2012, at 10:15, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake will shake Utah. The quake will collapse 10,000 buildings, damage an additional 285,000, kill 2,300 people and injure 30,000 more.
- by Linn Griffith
A disaster can happen at any time. Even the most carefully operated commercial buildings will likely experience water damage at some point. Some of you may have or will suffer the devastating effects caused by a fire.
- by Jill Rasmussen
Property managers know in crisis contingency planning, the three most important considerations read like this: Preparation, preparation, preparation!
- by Brad Fullmer
The devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake that rocked the nation of Chile on February 27 was a grim reminder of what possibly could happen along the Wasatch Front in Utah whenever the ‘Big One’...