When a natural disaster strikes, a community’s priority is the health and safety of its citizens. Community leaders must ensure that the city’s roads, water supply, schools, hospitals, and first responder facilities are available to provide necessary services during the crisis. Once the event has passed, there is an urgency to quickly rebuild basic public infrastructure in a manner that identifies and maximizes the responsible use of all available funding resources. A significant portion of the burden of this recovery falls on public agencies with limited internal resources to manage major capital programs resulting from a catastrophic event.

This is where an established, experienced firm like Broaddus & Associates can help. We are an owner-oriented facilities program management firm with the experience and personnel to help communities plan and manage their rebuilding in a responsive and cost effective way. Our firm has provided project management and coordinated emergency disaster recovery funding sources for over $600 million of insurance, FEMA and other federally funded projects. Our services on these disaster recovery projects have included:


  • Project/Program Management
  • FEMA/CDBG/ Insurance and Grant Management
  • Debris Disposal Management
  • Pre-Project Planning
  • Programming
  • Master Planning and Strategic Planning
  • Cost Estimating/Project Budgeting
  • Total Project Scheduling
  • Project Delivery & Procurement
  • Design and Construction Management
  • Constructability Review
  • Quality Control/Assurance
  • Commissioning/O&M
  • FF&E/Turnover/Move Management


Our team understands the unique nature of these services and the level of urgency they require. Our experienced employees include architects, engineers, and construction professionals with disaster recovery project experience, including the complex coordination required with procuring and administering emergency funds from insurance, FEMA and other government resources. We can be engaged to not just manage the design and construction or repair of facilities, but more importantly to assess the scope of work to be accomplished, establish budgets and timelines, and develop procurement strategies and contracting processes that protect the owner’s interests.


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