Javernick-Will, Liel, Palen, Goldstein, and Dashti awarded National Science Foundation RIPS grant “The Interdependence of Built, Social and Information Infrastructures for Community Resilience: A Participatory Process"

Aug. 14, 2014

This project supports foundational research that explores and creates collaborative processes to foster community resilience. Current approaches that characterize resilience are engineering-based and predict possible infrastructure damage in the face of acute and/or chronic stressors. When resilience is more broadly reframed as the interdependence between the built, social, and information...

Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems: The Role of Coordination, Stakeholder Participation, and Training in Post-Disaster Construction

Opdyke, A. and Javernick-Will, A. (2014). “Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems: The Role of Coordination, Stakeholder Participation, and Training in Post-Disaster Construction." Engineering Project Organization Conference. Granby, CO.

Javernick-Will and Koschmann (CU Boulder) awarded National Science Foundation CIS and IMME grant "Resilient and Sustainable Infrastructure Systems: Post-Disaster Reconstruction Processes and Stakeholder Networks"

July 18, 2014

Sustainable infrastructure that is used and maintained by communities over time, and resilient networks that can support infrastructure construction and repair in times of crisis, are sorely needed. Unfortunately, conventional approaches in post-disaster reconstruction focus primarily on rapid and recognizable results (e.g., number of houses built), over long-term results, causing...

Pathways to Community Recovery Following the 2004 Tsunami in Tamil Nadu, India

Jordan, E. and Javernick-Will, A. (2013). Engineering Project Organization Conference, Granby, CO.

Success and Failures of the Post-Tsunami Housing Reconstruction Program in Tamil Nadu, India

Jordan, E. and Javernick-Will, A. (2014). Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA. doi: 10.1061/9780784413517.123

Pathways to Community Recovery: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Post-Disaster Outcomes

Jordan, E. (2013). Dissertation, University of Colorado Boulder.

Indicators of Community Recovery: A Content Analysis and Delphi Approach

Jordan, E. and Javernick-Will, A. (2013). Natural Hazards Review. 14 (1), 21-28. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000087

Measuring Community Resilience and Recovery: A Content Analysis of Indicators

Jordan, E. and Javernick-Will, A. (2012). Construction Research Congress. West Lafayette, IN. Best Paper Award

A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Neighborhood Recovery following Hurricane Katrina

Jordan, E., Javernick-Will, A., and Amadei, B. (2012). Engineering Project Organization Conference. Rheden, The Netherlands,.

Javernick-Will, Amadei (CU Boulder), Tierney (CU Boulder), and Ragin (UC Irvine) awarded National Science Foundation IMEE grant "A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Community Recovery"

March 29, 2012

This research aims to build a comprehensive theory of pathways to recovery following a disaster by linking pre-disaster measures of causal conditions to recovery outcomes. Despite efforts to improve community resilience to disasters, the number and economic impact of disasters has increased each year over the past 25 years. At...

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