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SAME HONOLULU WEBINAR – MARCH 10, 2021
Online via Microsoft Teams Meeting (Microsoft Teams Meeting call-in information will be emailed to you 12 hours prior to the webinar.) – Register by 12 midnight HST, March 10, 2021.
Time: 12 noon – 1 pm HST
Topic: Defining the Installation of the Future after a Natural Disaster – Tyndall AFB Case Study
John W. Mogge, Jr., PhD, AIA, REM, FSAME, Senior Solutions and Technology Director, Jacobs
Hollie Schmidt, Principal Planner, Core Team Member of the Tyndall AFB Recovery Program, Jacobs
Victoria Hernandez, Environmental Planner, Environmental and Sustainability Lead on the Reconstruction of Tyndall AFB, Jacobs
Synopsis: Coastal installations face a range of risks due to extreme weather, sea level rise and storm surge. Tyndall Air Force Base, located on the Florida panhandle, was hit with a category five hurricane in October 2018 that resulted in damage to 100 percent of its assets. Determined to rebuild the base to be more resilient, sustainable, and smart, the Air Force wanted to ensure that in the future, Tyndall AFB could recover in in hours and days, not months and years. The end state would be an Installation of the Future that rebuilds what the Air Force needs, not build back what they had.
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