Date: January 18, 2023
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am


January 18, 2023

10 A.M. ET
*This live event will be 1 hour including Q&A. 

Where: Virtual

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Join IBHS experts as they share insights from Category 4 Hurricane Ian that struck Florida in September 2022, resulting in an estimated 50-65 billion dollars in losses. Discussions will focus on how the Florida building code and its system of inspections and enforcement performed, highlighting specific successes and failures in affected areas within a state that implements the strongest building codes in the U.S. We will also look back at Hurricane Charley (2004) and explore the progress that has been made in reducing structural damage. Despite the successes, experts will reveal how the damage could have been even more severe in communities where aging infrastructure employing outdated building codes prevails. 

You will learn:

  • Successes and failures of modern Florida building codes
  • Asphalt shingle roof performance
  • Areas where we can improve future building codes and catastrophe modeling

IBHS Experts:

  • Dr. Ian Giammanco
  • Dr. Murray Morrison
  • Dr. Ali Merhi


  • Christina Gropp
  • Armand Broady

Who should watch:

Member company staff in modeling, claims, marketing, product management, research, underwriting, and any others who are interested.


Note: This is a Members-Only Event. Although you do not need to register for the event, you will need to be logged-in to view the Live Broadcast. Click here if you do not have an IBHS login yet.