Storm Response Presentation
The one-day workshop, Lessons Learned from Storm Response and Hurricane Recovery, presented by The DYOJO and Pete Consigli will include a unique roster of speakers and presenters.
The agenda will include panel presentations for the following areas of expertise:
Kris Rzesnoski will be making the first presentation of data Encircle collected from disaster response for Hurricane Ian. This is a first of its kind discussion titled "What Went Wrong, What Went Right" which will be delivered in the Ted Talk styling.
Hurricane Recovery Sponsor
Thank you to event sponsor Encircle - The leading field documentation solution
Lessons Learned Workshop
WHAT: Lessons Learned from Storm Response and Hurricane Recovery, one-day workshop
WHERE: In-person, Hilton Naples, Florida; Remote, Zoom
WHEN: Thursday, January 26, 2023 730am - 530pm EST
REGISTRATION: In-person and online tickets available until 1/25/23 at 5pm EST, early bird discounts until 1/19/23 at 5pm EST - Workshop Eventbrite
The registration site is active for the Lessons Learned from Storm Response and Hurricane Recovery workshop. In addition to the panel discussions, there will be unique presentations including An Independent Insurance Adjuster’s Perspective on the State of the Industry from Peter Crosa as well as unique tools for Marketing to Property Owners and Managers from Building Science Authority. You can view the full agenda for the workshop via The DYOJO webpage and blog. Registration is available through The DYOJO Eventbrite which includes details for the early bird discounts.
This one-day workshop is a worthwhile add-on to the Andrew Ask Building Science Symposium, aka Winter Break 2023. The Andrew Ask event runs Tuesday, January 24, 2023, through Wednesday, January 25th, and will include a once-in-a-lifetime Pioneers of Building Science four-person panel. This panel includes industry legends Joseph Lstiburek, Gary Nelson, Neil Moyer, and John Tooley. Early bird and block rates for rooms at the Hilton Naples are limited so interested parties are encouraged not to delay. Combined with the Lessons Learned workshop, attendees will benefit from deep wells of educational content and a broad range of networking opportunities to kick off the new year.
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