Rebuild Florida Hurricane Irma Housing Repair And Replacement Program
Rebuild Florida's Housing Repair and Replacement Program assists low-income homeowners and landlords whose properties were damaged by Hurricane Irma.
Rebuild Florida's Housing Repair and Replacement Program assists low-income homeowners and landlords whose properties were damaged by Hurricane Irma. Priority in this program is given to households with seniors, individuals with special needs or special accommodations, including individuals with disabilities, and households with homeowners earning less than or equal to 80 percent of Area Median Income. Additionally, this program prioritized households with tenants displaced from Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands who permanently resettled in Florida.
The Florida Division of Economic Opportunity selected EXCEL to perform residential construction for dozes of damaged properties, including:
- Repairs to, reconstruction or replacement of homes, including bringing the home into code compliance and providing resiliency for future storms;
- Completion of work to homes that have been partially repaired; and
- Repair or replacement of manufactured and mobile homes.
Other Disaster Recovery Projects
North Carolina Rebuilding Hurricane Florence And Matthew Repair Programs
Beginning in early 2019, EXCEL was assigned to perform emergency home rehabilitation services for over 300 structures impacted by multiple disasters throughout North Carolina.
Emergency Home Repairs Program Virgin Islands
From 2018 to 2019, EXCEL performed repairs on homes impacted by 2017 Hurricanes Irma and Maria
Disaster Relief, Food & Beverage
St. Thomas Emergency Water Project
Degeneration of the entire thermal desalination system caused critical water shortages in St. Thomas.