Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who have been impacted by the COVID-19 virus.
We have tremendous appreciation for the many responders in healthcare, science, and government agencies working to deal with the pandemic. Our company is committed to doing our part to support and comply with health and safety guidance and recommendations being communicated by the CDC, WHO, along with other reputable sources.
At the same time, we view our ultimate mission of preparing the nation for impending seasonal flood disasters like snow melt, river flooding, nor’easters and hurricanes as essential services.
We are taking the utmost care to ensure the safety of our dedicated employees, as we continue to manufacture and build inventory of Tiger Dam flood barriers to avoid a shortage or delay in the coming season.
Please continue to reach out with your questions and know that we are here to help in this crisis, and in the spirt of preparedness.
By: Mara Hartmann • Sr Lead Communications Specialist
Crews built a tiger dam around the control house at the south Jackson substation to mitigate flooding issues. The substation has been de-entergized.
Due to rising levels on the Pearl River, Entergy Mississippi has de-energized two Jackson substations and disconnected electrical service to some low-lying deer camps in Madison County as a public safety precaution and to comply with the National Electric Safety Code.
The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact is a decade-old partnership between Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties, to work collaboratively to reduce regional greenhouse gas emissions, implement adaptation strategies, and build climate resilience within their own communities and across the Southeast Florida region.
Darryl Young of New Orleans blesses the clean-up workers and soldiers with the Louisiana National Guard as they work on the Tiger Dam to protect the Grand Isle from encroaching oil coming in with the high tide in Grand Isle, Louisiana
The tubes are filled with water that will protect the store from flood waters outside.
This specific store was built upon 100-year flood numbers because of the flood plain around it. So far their own retaining wall has worked. The water is still expected to rise a few more inches to crest at 41 FT.