NYC Enacts Five Building Resiliency Laws

NYC Enacts Five Building Resiliency Laws



As part of its continuing efforts to make New York City better prepared for future hurricanes, the City Council recently passed a package of legislation that’s intended to strengthen building standards and enhance building and infrastructure resiliency against the effects of future storms such as Superstorm Sandy. Mayor Bloomberg signed the bills into law on Oct. 2, 2013.

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