The policy will align structure elevation, dry flood proofing and mitigation reconstruction projects in flood hazard areas, that are funded by the HMA grant program , with a nationally recognized consensus standard for flood resistant design and construction. ASCE is a nationally recognized consensus standard for all flood resistant design and construction projects. The use of this recognized standard, and involvement of licensed design professionals for design and construction of HMA-funded projects in flood hazard areas, will provide for more consistent and efficient verification of engineering and technical feasibility and will help preserve the public investment toward reducing risk. The guidebook also provides guidance on how the standard should be applied to each HMA-eligible flood project type. Subscribe to receive alerts during disasters in your state. If you have questions or problems with the subscription service, please contact subscriberhelp.
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Log In. Would you like to It is also the first CodeMaster that works with multiple editions of the I-codes , In 8 pages, In 8 pages, this handy laminated guide explains the flood resistant design requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program as implemented through the IBC and IRC, and provides a clear and concise step procedure explaining how to determine flood loads. A terminology section is provided so that the designer can easily refer back to the many terms and acronyms used in flood resistant design.
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New Guidance Available for Applying ASCE 24-05 to Hazard Mitigation Flood Projects