Flood Risk America Reaches Out to Builders and Architects With New Services to Advance the Industry
PALM BEACH, Fla., October 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Flood Risk America (FRA) is a company based in both the United States and Canada that is providing FEMA compliant services to help their clients avoid costly flood proofing errors and reduce building expenses. Stephen Gill, the CEO of Flood Risk America announced that FRA has launched a group of services to assist their clients with the assurance that the floodproofing design, installation, and construction meet the minimum required FEMA standards and flood protection measures.
For years, there has been a disconnect between FEMA and NFIP regulations. This division has impacted the insurability once construction has been completed. Flood Risk America has found a solution to identify problems and procure solutions to this matter, as well as educating their clients on how to understand FEMA compliant standards and available grant money for flood mitigation services.
FRA has launched a group of services to assist their clients with the assurance that the flood proofing design, installation, and construction meet the minimum required FEMA standards and flood protection measures.
Stephen Gill, CEO
According to Stephen, Flood Risk America has helped a number of companies expedite their permitting time and certificate of occupancy, remove lender requirements, and significantly reduce construction cost. FRA introduced their pre-construction consulting services to builders and the architectural industry to help their IPD systems change in a unique and positive way that may influence a revolution in team collaboration.
Flood Risk America is using their expertise in guiding builders and architects on understanding flood maps and challenging inaccurate flood zone delineations from FEMA for potential qualifications for LOMA and LOMR submissions. They have patented products that are FEMA compliant and certified for flood insurance credits. With their help, builders and architects will be facilitated to mitigate problems and build in compliance with NFIP regulations, transforming buildings and architectural design for flood mitigation.
Source: Flood Risk America