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Meteorologists and scientists predict Florida’s 2020 hurricane season, which commenced on June 1, will be a very active season. Some predict as many as 16 named storms, with eight expected to become hurricanes, and four reaching major hurricane strength. Florida’s developers, general contractors and the broader construction industry must be proactive to ensure their hurricane procedures are in place and ready to implement should a storm threaten the region. On any active construction site, readying for a storm includes protecting supplies and materials, covering building openings, removing debris, removing or securing equipment, lowering cranes, documenting the conditions at the site and coordinating jobsite security.

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