The National Centers for Environmental Information estimated that Michael caused $18.4 billion in damage in Florida, primarily incurred by property and infrastructure. The severest impacts occurred along the Florida coast between Panama City Beach and Cape San Blas, with catastrophic impacts in the areas around Mexico Beach, Tyndall Air Force Base and Panama City. Impacts were evident on all types of buildings, though structures built before 2002 fared substantially worse. Mobile homes in the regions affected by Michael were older and smaller than in other parts of the state and experienced significant to catastrophic impacts in the hardest-hit areas.
Timberline has led and executed response efforts for some of the most notable disasters in recent years including hurricanes:
Michael, Florence, Harvey, Maria, Irma, Ike,
Katrina, Irene, and superstorm Sandy.
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Taylor, Wakulla, and Washington County, Florida
Installation of over 900 Temporary Housing Units and Construction of over 8 Group Sites