By Jonathan Kinghorn | May 23, 2019
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AIR has a long and proud history of sending out engineering teams to conduct damage surveys in the wake of major catastrophe events. As we head into U.S. hurricane season on June 1, we wanted to share an article in our Modeling Fundamentals series that focuses on how and why we conduct damage surveys—particularly after hurricanes that impact the U.S.—and uncovers questions that are typically answered only after studying an event.

Read the AIR Current article “Modeling Fundamentals: Why Does AIR Conduct Post-Event Damage Surveys?”

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