When natural disasters strike, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is called upon to aid in rebuilding communities to help victims get back on their feet.
11.30.2017 WSP Provides Hurricane Recovery Support to FEMA
The hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico left paths of destruction that required swift action from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to put the people, infrastructure and buildings affected by the storms on the road to recovery.
10.20.2017 Heather Bachand: Rising to the Challenge When Disaster Strikes
Franklin Pietraszuk conducts an inspection on a home in Sevier County, Tennessee, after historic wildfires damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes in the area.
01.13.2017 WSP USA Inspector Franklin Pietraszuk Inspects Home in Gatlinburg, TN
Susie Foley conducts an inspection on a home in Liberty County after Hurricane Matthew.
11.03.2016 FEMA inspecting home damage in Liberty, Long counties
WSP USA Inspector Rickye Royster inspects an applicant's home in Baton Rogue. Rickye is one of several hundred inspectors deployed to Louisiana in response to August's historic floods.
09.04.2016 FEMA inspectors make rounds in Baton Rouge area
On February 26, 2016, WSP USA Inspection Services collaborated with FEMA on a media inspection that aired on local news to spread the word that FEMA and inspectors were in the area to help survivors.
02.26.2016 WSP USA Inspection Services assists FEMA with a media inspection to alert Arkansas disaster survivors of available disaster assistance