FEMA P-2062 | Guidelines for Wind Vulnerability Assessments of Existing Critical Facilities
Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017 as well as other recent storms, including Hurricane Michael in 2018, resulted in extensive wind damage to critical facilities in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Florida. This manual provides design professionals with guidelines for assessing the vulnerability of critical facilities to wind pressure, wind-borne debris, and wind-driven rain. The manual incorporates observations and lessons learned from recent hurricanes, current building code requirements, past hurricanes, and other historic high wind events. The guidelines apply to critical facilities both within and outside hurricane-prone regions and to critical facilities in tornado-prone regions.
The results of an assessment can be used by building owners; design professionals; entities that award repair, reconstruction, or mitigation grants; as well as state, local, tribal, and territorial government agencies developing mitigation plans.
|FEMA P-2062 Guidelines for Wind Vulnerability Assessments of Existing Critical Facilities||0.05G||September 30, 2019|
|FEMA P-2062 Guidelines for Wind Vulnerability Assessments of Existing Critical Facilities||0.05G||September 27, 2019|