Making Sparks Fly

Innovation Isn't Optional; So Don't Wait Until The C-Suite Gets The Message-—Get Started With These Tips

Every natural disaster is different. The brutal hurricanes that punished the Caribbean and southern United States last year made that tragically clear. Hurricane Harvey dropped stunning amounts of rain on Texas and Louisiana—27 trillion gallons, or more than four times what fell during Hurricane Katrina 12 years earlier. Hurricane Irma will be remembered for its broad swipe across nearly all parts of Florida. And Hurricane Maria decimated nearly everything in Puerto Rico. The respective recoveries across the region will be long and costly. Projects delivering new housing and infrastructure (among other things) will be unique to each storm-impacted area. And that's where custom delivery approaches can help.
member content locked

Many articles are available exclusively to PMI members for 90 days after publication, designated by an orange security icon. After this period, all registered site users may view this content.

or Join



Related Content


Publishing or acceptance of an advertisement is neither a guarantee nor endorsement of the advertiser's product or service. View advertising policy.