Infrastructure

The Infrastructure Section is responsible for performing hurricane evacuation shelter surveys on a statewide basis and providing technical assistance to counties with retrofitting potential hurricane shelters. Through the use of surveys, the Section is able to identify state and local facilities that are appropriately located, designed and meet the safety criteria.  The Section includes the Emergency Support Function 12 – Emergency Fuel Program.

Danny Kilcollins
Infrastructure Manager

Emergency Support Function 12-Fuels monitors the transportation fuel (i.e.  Unleaded, diesel, Jet A, and alternate fuels) and propane industry. During a disaster, ESF 12-Fuels supports the SERT and other first responders by providing the fuel they need to save lives and protect infrastructure. ESF 12-Fuels works with industry partners to assist in responding to and recovering from shortages and disruptions in the supply and delivery of fuel.

Debbie Bass
ESF 12 – Fuels

From the data collected from the surveys, the Section develops the biennial Statewide Emergency Shelter Plan (SESP) and annual Shelter Retrofit Report (SRR). The SRR provides The Division a list of state and local facilities recommended to be retrofitted using state funds to meet hurricane evacuation shelter safety criteria.  The Section serves as programmatic advisors for the state funding grants ($3 million annual appropriation from Hurricane Loss Mitigation Program).  The Section serves as hurricane evacuation shelter facility program staff for coordination on codes and standards issues.  The Section serves as programmatic advisors for emergency management facility construction or renovation related grants. 

Danny Kilcollins
Infrastructure Manager

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