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NDPTC Executive Director Karl Kim presents today at the monthly Urban Land Institute Hawaii: Multi Hazards and Collective Risk Management Brown Bag

Posted on March 27, 2015

Following the leadership of the May 2014 joint Industry Statement on Resilience

Following the leadership of the May 2014 joint “Industry Statement on Resilience”, ULI Hawaii is excited to continue our offerings on resiliency issues, considering risk management, investment enhancement, and insurability in the face of climate change – for property owners, infrastructure system operators, and governments.

We recognize the impact and importance of the design and construction industry on our local economies and livability. It has been evidenced that natural and manmade hazards pose threats to safety of the public (both property and life) and vitality of communities. “As the leaders of this industry, we are committed to significantly improving the resilience… of our buildings, infrastructure, public spaces, and communities.” The industry is poised to respond to these threats and has particular roles to play through research, education, planning, and responding

Multi Hazards and Collective Risk Management
ULI Hawaii Brown Bag with Dr. Karl Kim

Date: March 27, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Venue: Architects Hawaii (New Location)

Address: 733 Bishop Street, Suite 3100
Phone: (808) 523-9636