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he term “building first floor elevation” is a great way to explain what is needed for commercial buildings when constructing a new floor. There are three primary concerns involved here. The first concerns the safety of the workers. The second concerns the aesthetics of the building. The third concern is the ability to maintain the stability of the building during the long term. The issues involved are extremely important and need to be addressed in order to build the structure properly.

When building first floor elevation, a few things are needed to keep the project on track. First, an effective flood risk management plan should be developed. The plan should take into account current and future demographic data to determine which areas of the campus will be more prone to flooding. It will also need to take into account any existing issues with water pipes or infrastructure that might have been affected by past flooding, such as pipes leaking and roofs collapsing.

Next, an environmental education science project should be performed. In this process the elevation of the campus will be studied from an environmental education science standpoint. An example might be the amount of carbon dioxide that will be released if no elevation is done to control the temperature. There may also need to be an analysis of the carbon dioxide absorption capacity of the building’s insulation.

After the soil has been tested for permeability and the soil pressure is known, a final hazard assessment should be performed. In the event of a disaster, the elevations of the campus will need to be determined. The resulting numbers will determine where the building can be located to provide the most security. A final analysis of the elevation of the building can be done in conjunction with the environmental education science project to see if a 100-year floodplain is necessary to protect the building from flood damage.

One of the major issues concerning the Coastal Barrier Resource Areas (CPR) is Coastal Flood Insurance. Most insurance policies will only cover land loss within a 100-year floodplain. This means that when the sea level rise is too high, or the flooding is likely to be too great, flood insurance will not cover the cost of flood insurance on the building. Therefore, when determining the elevations of the campus, any potential flooding should be included in the Coastal Barrier Research project’s elevation studies. Elevation readings will be taken periodically throughout the year to track changes to the Coastal Barrier.

Coastal Barrier Research has found that there is a direct connection between land and sea-level rise and subsequent flood risks. When the land is higher than sea level, it creates a greater volume of ground water, which leads to increased ground wetness and evaporation. When combined with sea level rise, the higher the land, the greater the soil pressure and dynamic tension, which can result in localized subsidence and increasing coastal flooding risks. Studies have shown that when the elevations of the sea level rise above normal rates, and the wetness and evaporation increase as well, this can significantly raise costs associated with coastal flooding. By tracking elevations of the campus throughout the year and including this information with local storm water drainage flooding models, it is much easier to determine how to best protect the campus and its facilities from future coastal flooding risks.

Tracking the movements of tides and the variations in precipitation across the calendar year provides a basis for predicting when and where certain types of flooding might occur. This predictive capability allows facilities managers and planners to take preventative action against these potential damages. For example, coastal flood events can often be anticipated by monitoring changes in elevation of the sea level rise. In addition to tracking these elevations, climate modeling is also used to project sea level rise scenarios across various geographic regions. Stormwater runoff from urban centers into coastal areas is also predicted by historical precipitation patterns.

One of the most widely used methods to gauge the potential effects of an impending coastal flood is to use a least square foot per square foot (LSPCF) loss value formula. This LSPCF value is based on the elevation of the foundation of the building at the time of the event. The formula was originally developed for calculating property values for flood protection purposes, but is now widely used in the United States for all types of land use and development projects, including building structures and operations such as oil refineries and power plants. For example, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) uses a least square foot/per square foot (LSPCF) loss value formula for determining property values in flood maps for flood plains located within the continental United States. In the process of mapping out these maps, properties are assigned a “safe value” based on previous documented flood events. This ensures that properties that are likely to be built in a flood area will be more affordable in terms of building costs.

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