CTSI provides building inspections, testing, and consulting services to identify indoor environmental quality (IEQ), health, and safety exposure risks associated with hurricanes and other natural disasters.


As we have witnessed in recent years, hurricanes can cause massive property damage and disruption to businesses from the Caribbean and Gulf Coast all way up to New York.

In just over a week, hurricane season officially begins in the Atlantic and Caribbean. In the Eastern Pacific, the season already began on May 15th and both hurricane seasons don’t end until November 30th.


Each year, hurricanes and tropical storms cause billions of dollars in property damage. While some of the damage is unavoidable, having a plan in place and knowing who to call to keep a business or institution in operation can make a huge difference. Planning and proactive actions by property owners and managers before a hurricane hits can dramatically reduce property damage in many cases, not to mention avoiding closures and storm-related health concerns


“Scientists at Colorado State University are predicting an above-average hurricane season for 2022, with at least 19 named storms and 9 hurricanes,” said Frank Selamie, President of CTSI. “As we have witnessed in recent years, hurricanes can cause massive property damage and disruption to businesses from the Caribbean and Gulf Coast all way up to New York. A hurricane damaged building can have dangers associated with flood damage, mold growth, chemical contamination, electrical hazards, lead-based paints, asbestos-containing materials, and so much more. Building owners and operators need to be aware of this and have a plan in place with safety in mind.”


With offices in New York and Florida, CTSI has been providing these types of resources to building owners and operators of commercial, institutional, and healthcare facilities for the past 30 years. Their environmental, health, safety, and construction professionals help to plan to mitigate damage from hurricanes and also respond to these and other natural disasters. The professionals at CTSI rapidly assess building and working conditions to minimize disruptions while always focusing on keeping building occupants safe.


To learn more about hurricane preparedness or other building science, industrial hygiene, environmental, health, and safety issues, please visit www.ctsiweb.com, email [email protected], or call (212) 971-7016. 


About CTSI

Established in 1992, Consulting & Testing Services, Inc. (CTSI) was founded on one strong commitment: to provide efficient and expert services to clients based on professionalism, innovation, and cost-effective expert solutions. This commitment has been furthered with CTSI’s reputation in fostering client relationships in all sectors of the Environmental, Health, Safety, and Construction industries. CTSI prides itself in utilizing a high quality service based on its diverse team of staff and professionals’ concise recommendations and solutions to the most pressing dilemmas. The company operates offices in New York and Florida that service clients across the United States.


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