Town Hall, Hitchcock, TX - Hurricane Harvey

When Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25, 2017, it kicked off an unprecedented destructive 2017 storm season for the Caribbean and the southern U.S., causing $125 billion in damage.

Four weeks after the catastrophic storm-ravaged Southeastern Texas, Compass 82 was on the ground to assess the damage and offer guidance and support.

Local advocates and legislative offices invited us to share our expertise in the recovery and restoration processes through several Hurricane Harvey community outreach events and a series of educational workshops for both survivors and construction professionals.

Below is a list of meetings, conferences, and workshops that Compass 82 conducted or participated in to jumpstart and support Texas’ recovery:

October 2, 2017: Attended Texas Gulf Coast Regional VOAD Meeting

October 2, 2017: Spoke at City of Hitchcock Town Hall Meeting
Topic: The Efficacy of Flood Insurance, Filing Your Claim, Disaster Fog

October 3, 2017: Hosted Disaster Recovery Educational Workshop at 84 Lumber’s Houston, TX location for contractors

October 3, 2017: Hosted Disaster Recovery Educational Workshop in Baytown, TX (photos)

October 19, 2017: Spoke at Houston Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Meeting as a Recovery Expert with Mayor Sylvester Turner Peggy Wilson. (photos)

November 14, 2017: Spoke at Kingwood, Texas Condo Complex Board Meeting with Barbara Hilburn
Topic: Flood Insurance Coverage & Claims