2006 Annual Meeting Day One Program
Enhancing Resilience against Multiple Hazards
On Thursday, June 29, 2006, as part of its 2006 Annual Meeting, MCEER will bring the topic of disaster resilience to our nation’s capital in a one-day program that defines the concept of resilience, and identifies and explains fundamental metrics – robustness, redundancy, resourcefulness and rapidity – by which disaster resilience can be measured. This one-day program is open to representatives from federal agencies, congressional staff, and policy think tanks, and the practicing community of architects, engineers, owners, other corporate stakeholders, and emergency managers from around the United States.
Seating is limited for this program, so an invitation is required. For more information, visit the MCEER Annual Meeting website.