Louis Gritzo, vice president and manager of research at FM Global, with a flood-proof door designed as an alternative to sandbags, in Chepachet, R.I. A team of researchers at the insurance company is destroying things — with wind, water and fire — to help insurers manage the increasing risks of extreme weather.
Louis Gritzo, vice president and manager of research at FM Global, with a flood-proof door designed as an alternative to sandbags, in Chepachet, R.I. A team of researchers at the insurance company is destroying things — with wind, water and fire — to help insurers manage the increasing risks of extreme weather. Benjamin Norman New York Times
Louis Gritzo, vice president and manager of research at FM Global, with a flood-proof door designed as an alternative to sandbags, in Chepachet, R.I. A team of researchers at the insurance company is destroying things — with wind, water and fire — to help insurers manage the increasing risks of extreme weather. Benjamin Norman New York Times

To test for climate disasters: Build stuff, then blow it apart

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