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The Tropical Meteorology Project at Colorado State University continues its work with a firm that specializes in remediation and recovery from natural disasters.
CSU’s partnership with Interstate Restoration, based in Ft. Worth, Texas and with a large presence in Colorado, has translated into $28,000 in new funds for the tropical meteorology research program. The two entities first began working together on a formal basis in 2014.
Said Stacy Mazur, president of Interstate Restoration, “We have been at the forefront of Mother Nature’s unpleasant surprises, and we know the huge value in preparedness planning. This kind of investment in educational programs such as CSU’s Tropical Meteorological Project furthers our efforts to help keep our clients in-the-know.”
The Tropical Meteorology Project and Interstate Restoration have worked together over the years to present webinars, blogs and educational materials to help communities and businesses proactively prepare for hurricanes and other storms.
“We are very grateful for the support that Interstate Restoration has provided over the past several years. We look forward to continuing our partnership for many years to come,” said Phil Klotzbach, head of the Tropical Meteorology Project and lead author of its Atlantic seasonal hurricane forecast.
His next seasonal release forecast will be issued Aug. 4. CSU and Interstate Restoration will continue to provide updated information about the North Atlantic hurricane season as events unfold.
About the Tropical Meteorology Project
The Tropical Meteorology Project was founded by the late Bill Gray, of the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. The project’s primary focus is understanding tropical cyclone variability on multiple timescales. The team is most known for its seasonal Atlantic basin hurricane forecasts, which have been issued every season since 1984.
Founded in 1998, Interstate Restoration LLC is an emergency restoration and general contractor specializing in repairing commercial property nationwide. Interstate helps businesses recover quickly from fire, flood, and other natural and manmade disasters. This means companies and people can focus on the important stuff – like getting back to business and back to life.
For Interstate Restoration, Steve Caulk, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-410-4971
For Tropical Meteorology Project, Anne Manning, email@example.com, 970-491-7099