Early Alert has brought together the most experienced and dynamic minds in the emergency management industry. When you partner with us, your company will be empowered by the collective knowledge and expertise of our entire team. We are proud to introduce our strategic partners to you, thereby allowing Early Alert, Inc. to provide a total solution for all of your emergency management needs.
As the nation's leading disaster recovery consulting organization, our focus is maximizing and expediting our clients' financial recovery following major disasters.
Adjusters International's consultants work with municipalities, businesses, organizations and eligible non-profits to secure the funds to rebuild their facilities and restore operations after a disaster. We assist our clients in gaining their financial recovery through the preparation, support and settlement of property insurance claims and the FEMA Public Assistance program.
Southeast Project Management, Inc.
To provide you with faster completion dates on projects, fewer delays and most of all keep your company standards as our
SPM can take the burden away, we understand the unexpected is bound to happen and we are ready to solve your company needs. We can manage your projects to reduce your investment by reducing excess spending for overall projects. So, whether you are in need of a single project management or a national program we will ensure your project is managed successfully and kept to your company standards.
PLYLOX™ window clips are the ingenious, inexpensive, non-destructive way to protect your windows from high winds and airborne debris. Installed in seconds, PLYLOX™ window clips slide onto the edge of a 1/2" plywood sheet which is then easily inserted into the exterior window casings of your home or business. No drilling holes. After protecting your home or business from high winds and flying debris, the plywood can be removed in seconds without tools.
- EXTENDED RANGE FORECAST OF ATLANTIC SEASONAL HURRICANE
ACTIVITY AND LANDFALL STRIKE PROBABILITY FOR 2014: "We anticipate that the 2014 Atlantic basin hurricane season will have below-average
activity compared with the 1981-2010 climatology."
04/10/2014 in Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University
- Early Alert Technologies, a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of Early Alert, Inc., launched their new "tornadoAlert" device.
12/01/2013 in Early Alert
- U.S. Monthly Drought Outlook for March 2014
04/02/2014 in NWS/NOAA
- Hurricane evacuation maps updated on East, Gulf coasts
07/13/2013 in USA Today