After the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy flooded their house with five feet of water, the homeowners made the decision to elevate their house above the new flood level of 12 feet determined by New York State and FEMA. Concrete is pumped into sonotubes to form the steel reiinforced support columns. (Photo by K.C.Wilsey/FEMA)
|Date Posted:||05.20.2013 15:47|
|Location:||FREEPORT, NY, US|
This work, Historic home in Freeport, NY, is elevated to reduce risks from future flooding [Image 1 of 17], by Kenneth Wilsey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.