NBC Bay Area reports there’s new, big trouble with San Francisco’s infamous Millennium Tower.
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WDSU News reports that criminal charges are recommended against two more city employees.
Elise Preston of CBS Evening News reports at least 63 people have died and total damage is estimated at $95 billion.
Inside Edition reports Deltec Homes, the company that designed Bonnie’s hurricane-proof home, says they are built to be twice as strong as the typical house, and are aerodynamically shaped.
Shepard Smith joins the Halftime Report (CNBC Television) with information about the search and rescue efforts in Mississippi and Louisiana following Hurricane Ida.
Practical Engineering summarizes the events of this unthinkable tragedy, a few of the structural engineering issues that may have played a part, and finally the process of forensic structural investigations.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.