PHILADELPHIA, PA, January 02, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- According to AlertNet, 2011 had fewer natural disasters than any of the last 10 years; however, the damage that these natural disasters caused was more costly than any other year in the last decade. The article reports that, in 2011 alone, natural disasters created $365.5 billion in damage and displaced over 72 million individuals. CEO of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres
believes that the high cost of reconstruction, as well as the unbelievable number of individuals displaced due to outdated construction techniques, highlights the need for sustainable building practices. GreenWorld Restoration has generated multiple reconstruction solutions that improve upon construction processes of the past, allowing them to develop communities that are better able to stand up to future natural events.
The damage created by hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters has become overwhelming, and many reconstruction efforts have failed to evolve with our ever-improving building capacity. Torres believes that by improving the building standards of post-disaster reconstruction, his company can enhance the ability to rebuild communities to withstand future natural events. Torres recognizes that all buildings won't be able to stand up against the growing strength of natural disasters; however, by improving building practices he believes that post-disaster reconstruction efforts can enhance the odds that communities will better overcome natural disasters that strike in the future.
"Our methods of rebuilding after a natural disaster have tended to follow the same construction tactics that failed to withstand the elements in the first place," asserts CEO of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres. "We now have the awareness, talent and opportunity to rebuild in sustainable ways. We can learn from the past and, in doing so, make a brighter future for tomorrow."
Torres notes that nearly all industries, from technology to business, have evolved with knowledge and insight gained by their respective industries. He is hoping to push the reconstruction industry into the same direction by allowing devastated communities to benefit from improved building practices. In so doing, Torres is confident that his company can enhance the quality of life for individuals who have been displaced by natural disasters.
Founder of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres
established the company in an effort to improve the quality of life for individuals impacted by natural disasters. Through his extensive professional experience, he has generated the marketing, business development, and other skills necessary to effectively promote the products and services of his business. CEO of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres is devoted to building sustainable communities that meet the needs of both post-disaster reconstruction efforts and housing solutions for companies in the energy industry. Leader of GreenWorld Restoration Michael Torres looks forward to continuing to improve upon the solutions his company offers and exceeding the expectations of his clientele.