Property owners can learn how to rebuild their homes and businesses to be energy efficient and more resistant to storms by attending a free Rebuild Expo hosted by the City of Oklahoma City this Saturday, August 3rd at Westmoore High School, 9AM to 3:30PM.
The Rebuild Expo was organized to help those who are rebuilding homes in south Oklahoma City and Moore as a result of the May storms but anyone who is considering building a home can get helpful information from more than 28 exhibitors including:
- Oklahoma Renewable Energy Council
- Small Business Administration
- The Verbode Group
- Better Business Bureau of Central Oklahoma
- National Storm Shelter Association
- Neighborhood Housing Association
- Oklahoma State Homebuilders Association
- Central Oklahoma Homebuilders Association
- Tulsa Partners Inc.
- The American Red Cross
- Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety
- Federal Alliance for Safe Homes
- Neighborhood Housing Services
- Habitat for Humanity
- Goodwill Industries
- Greensburg GreenTown
- GreenTown Joplin
- Buildblock Building Systems
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- The Oklahoma Attorney General
- Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors
- Rebuilding Together
- U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
- The Oklahoma Insurance Department
- Oklahoma United Methodist Disaster Response
- The Oklahoma City-County Health Department
- The City of Moore
- The City of Oklahoma City
Additionally, experts and authorities will be on hand throughout the day to deliver presentations including Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak, City of Oklahoma City Environmental Protection Manager Raymond Melton, Oklahoma State Home Builders Association Executive Vice President Mike Means and more. You can see the day’s full presentation agenda here.
The Rebuild Expo is free and open to the public.