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Presentation at the National Institute for Coastal and Harbor Infrastructure, Business Summit, May 7, 2014; New York Academy of Sciences.

Presentation at the National Institute for Coastal and Harbor Infrastructure, Business Summit, May 7, 2014; New York Academy of Sciences.

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  • 1. We have three main functions: Develop properties and manage City real estate assets Oversee capital construction via a $2 billion capital program Provide advice and implement programs to strengthen the City’s competitive position And one overarching goal: to strengthen and diversify the City’s economy, while increasing economic mobility for every New Yorker
  • 2. Sandy Inundation Area 100-Year Floodplain Sandy Power Outages Source: FEMA, Con Edison, LIPA Hurricane Sandy showed that a sustainabile city must also be resilient $19 billion Estimated damage 100% Fuel terminals in the NYC metro area shut down for 3 days 35,800 Buildings with impacted telecom systems 23,400 Businesses in areas inundated by floodwaters, 95% of which employed 50 people or less
  • 3. Eligible technologies and projects enhance the resilience of buildings and infrastructure networks Building systems  Fire protection  Electrical equipment  HVAC systems  Plumbing Energy infrastructure  Electric power  Natural gas  Steam  Liquid fuels Telecommunications  Wired communication infrastructure  Wireless infrastructure  Data platforms

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