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Building - April/May 2015

Features

When The Heavens Open
The story of extreme weather, insurance and how climate change is already draining our pocket books and cities' coffers.

How to Survive a Flood: Hamburg's watertight HafenCity

Water surge
Modelling flood risk in Canada would be no easy task. Flood perils have not yet been covered by the catastrophe models because of several unique complexities. Canadian insurers, however, can evaluate flood risk using new, open modelling platforms that provide insight into potential future losses from a wide range of scenarios.

Before the Next One
The interconnected nature of urban resilience planning and what this means for asset managers

Bits and Bytes and Boxes
Considerations for implementation and deployment of prefabricated data centres


Departments

Legal

Cashing-in on Common Element Conversions
How making units out of common elements can be a great source of cash, but not without its share of legal twists.

Editor's Note

Viewpoint

Walk With Joy
ULI Toronto's Executive Director explores the bones of a city that fewer and fewer people are calling Steeltown.


KRW Awards