We are only as resilient as what is around us. It’s not enough for our infrastructure to be reliable in steady times, it must also be prepared to withstand and sustain our needs in times of environmental stressors and crises.
As weather patterns extremify, the ability for people to adapt, thrive, plan for and recover from adverse events becomes increasingly relevant to the way we design and build infrastructure. Historically underserved communities in particular have faced exclusionary and racist development policies, resulting often in higher vulnerability to environmental impact.
We are committed to supporting those who are impacted most. Alongside partners, we work to protect the unique community & environmental assets through infrastructure and address current and future crises by identifying and responding to pain points, challenges, and opportunities for resilience.