Resilience Services

Building Stronger Communities

Aerial view of downtown Bozeman Montana at dusk. Main Street with lights twinkling from local businesses and vehicles.

Strengthening communities to prepare for and build back stronger from natural and manmade disasters through a holistic approach to resilience planning, implementation, and project management.

IBTS specializes in resilience planning, disaster recovery, energy, building services, and local government services, helping you meet governance challenges while enhancing public safety, economic development, and the general welfare of communities.

IBTS knows that each community’s resilience needs are different, which is why we customize our services to fit your community’s needs. From building code updates to comprehensive planning, disaster recovery program management, and solar project implementation, IBTS’s resilience services cover a wide scope of resilience needs. Clients can choose from one or multiple services.

We can provide overall consulting on your resilience needs, including baseline assessments and resilience workshop facilitation, or any of our various services under the following areas:

Building Services

  • Building codes, regulations, and ordinance review
  • Community development
  • Floodplain management
  • Stormwater management
  • Planning & zoning services

Energy & Sustainability

  • Energy project quality management
  • Energy code support
  • Solar PV quality management

Local Government Solutions

  • Strategic planning and organizational efficiency
  • Community engagement strategies
  • Comprehensive planning

Natural Disaster Management

  • FEMA grant management
  • CDBG-DR program management
  • Disaster mitigation grant management
  • Hazard mitigation
  • Emergency planning and disaster management

Our Work in Action

After Hurricane Sandy brought fire and flood to Breezy Point, NY, IBTS provided construction inspection services for the New York City Build it Back (BiB) program. IBTS’s support resulted in hundreds of rehabilitated and elevated homes that are flood- and fire-resistant and compatible with the historical and architectural context of the community. Check out IBTS’s Breezy Point work in this video from a mobile workshop we conducted as part of the 2017 American Planning Association (APA) National Planning Conference.

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