Disaster Recovery
On April 27th 2011, a category EF5 tornado carved a path through Smithville, Mississippi, resulting in 16 fatalities, numerous injuries, and the destruction of significant community facilities. Reportedly the most…
Broaddus & Associates was selected to provide Project Management services to assist in the rebuilding of public infrastructure in Jackson County, Mississippi, which sustained significant damage during Hurricanes Katrina and…
Following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Mississippi's leaders worked with the State's Congressional delegation to obtain over $5B in long-term recovery assistance through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban…
Broaddus & Associates was selected by the City of Gulfport to provide Project Management services to rebuild and improve the small craft harbor from damages incurred by Hurricane Katrina. Adjacent…
The 125-mph winds and 30-foot storm surge caused by Hurricane Katrina caused severe wind and flood damage to many business properties located in the City of Gulfport. The Mississippi Development…
For months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the City of Pass Christian, the community was unable to rebuild its primary government buildings because they were stuck in the state and federal…
Moss Point encompasses 25 square miles and has a population in excess of 15,000 citizens. A historic river front city on the Escatawpa River, Moss Point suffered extensive damage by…
Gulfport, the second largest city in Mississippi, was one of the communities hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina. Most of the municipal facilities were either damaged beyond economical repair or required…