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1 RFQ # PRE-SUBMITTAL CONFERENCE November 15, 2018

2 HAZARD RISK AND RESPNSDE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK PRESENT DATA AND APPLICATIONS PLANNING, PREPAREDNESS, PREVENTION, MITIGATION REAL-TIME, SCENARIO and FORECASTED POINT & CLICK FLOOD HAZARD ZONE AND BFE STRUCTURE SPECIFIC FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE SPECIFIC FLOOD RISK MITIGATION STRUCTURE SPECIFIC FLOOD RISK RATED INSURANCE FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT MILLENIAL FLOOD RISK SITE REAL-TIME IMPACT AND WARNING DAMAGE HOTSPOTS SERA DAM INUNDATION STORM-DERIVED IMPACT irisk - MULTI-HAZARD RISK ASSESSMENT RMT HAZARD MITIGATION PLANNING RMT PREPAREDNESS ASSESSMENT RMT RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT SERA - SCHOOLS NCSPARTA SCHOOL RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING DATABASE-DERIVED DIGITAL DISPLAY UAS Manager Gage Manager Repeater BUILDING FLOOR PLANS AND ASSESSTS STRUCTURE-SPECIFIC RISK ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE-SPECIFIC RISK MITIGATION STRUCTURE SPECIFIC HAZARD ID & BFE STRUCTURE SPECIFIC INSURANCE RATING / PROFILE Real- Time Sensors TOPOGRAPHY STRUCTURES / PARCEL FIRST FLOOR ELEVATION FLOOD HAZARD AND BFE NFIP DATA CURVES / METHODOLOGIES Parcel / Socio-Demographics

3 2 nd Generation Elevation Derived Building Footprints

4 Elevation-Derived Building Extraction Spectrum Center Charlotte, NC

5 Transmission Line Crossing Intersection of Gorman and Hillsborough Street Signal Pole and Lights 45ft (street to line) Distribution Pole

6 Stream Studies FY Request FY Project HUC 8 Counties Impacted Funding $9,590, French Broad Upper French Broad BUNCOMBE, HAYWOOD, HENDERSON, MADISON, TRANSYLVANIA 2019 Tar-Pamlico Upper Tar EDGECOMBE, FRANKLIN, GRANVILLE, NASH, PERSON, VANCE, WARREN $2,052, Tar-Pamlico Lower Tar BEAUFORT, EDGECOMBE, MARTIN, PITT, WILSON $977, Neuse Upper Neuse DURHAM, FRANKLIN, GRANVILLE, JOHNSTON, ORANGE, PERSON, WAKE, WAYNE $2,259, Neuse Middle Neuse BEAUFORT, CRAVEN, JONES, LENOIR, PITT, WAYNE $1,481, Neuse Contentnea EDGECOMBE, FRANKLIN, GREENE, JOHNSTON, LENOIR, NASH, PITT, WAKE, WAYNE, WILSON $1,106, Neuse Lower Neuse CARTERET, CRAVEN, JONES, LENOIR, PAMLICO $972, Lumber Lumber BLADEN, COLUMBUS, CUMBERLAND, HOKE, MONTGOMERY, MOORE, RICHMOND, ROBESON, SCOTLAND $1,103, Lumber Little Pee Dee COLUMBUS, RICHMOND, ROBESON, SCOTLAND $1,734, Lumber Waccamaw BLADEN, BRUNSWICK, COLUMBUS $2,029, Lumber Coastal Carolina BRUNSWICK $521, Subtotal $23,829, Cape Fear New River ONSLOW, PENDER $86, Cape Fear Haw ALAMANCE, CASWELL, CHATHAM, DURHAM, GUILFORD, ORANGE, RANDOLPH, ROCKINGHAM, WAKE $2,420, Cape Fear Deep ALAMANCE, CHATHAM, GUILFORD, LEE, MONTGOMERY, MOORE, RANDOLPH $3,309, Cape Fear Upper Cape Fear CHATHAM, CUMBERLAND, HARNETT, HOKE, LEE, MOORE, WAKE $2,616, Cape Fear Lower Cape Fear BLADEN, BRUNSWICK, COLUMBUS, CUMBERLAND, NEW HANOVER, PENDER $1,385, Cape Fear Black BLADEN, CUMBERLAND, DUPLIN, HARNETT, JOHNSTON, PENDER, SAMPSON $677, Cape Fear Northeast Cape Fear DUPLIN, NEW HANOVER, ONSLOW, PENDER, SAMPSON, WAYNE $639, Subtotal $11,135, Roanoke Middle Roanoke GRANVILLE, VANCE, WARREN $149, Roanoke Upper Dan CASWELL, FORSYTH, GUILFORD, ROCKINGHAM, STOKES, SURRY $1,527, Roanoke Lower Dan CASWELL, GRANVILLE, PERSON, ROCKINGHAM $230, Roanoke Roanoke Rapids HALIFAX, NORTHAMPTON, WARREN $146, Roanoke Lower Roanoke BERTIE, HALIFAX, MARTIN, NORTHAMPTON, WASHINGTON $796, Pasquotank Albemarle BERTIE, CAMDEN, CHOWAN, CURRITUCK, GATES, PASQUOTANK, PERQUIMANS, WASHINGTON $155, Yadkin Upper Yadkin CALDWELL, DAVIDSON, DAVIE, FORSYTH, IREDELL, STOKES, SURRY, WATAUGA, WILKES, YADKIN $2,749, Yadkin South Yadkin ALEXANDER, DAVIE, IREDELL, ROWAN, WILKES, YADKIN $2,633, Yadkin Lower Yadkin DAVIDSON, FORSYTH, GUILFORD, MONTGOMERY, RANDOLPH, ROWAN, STANLY $1,316, Yadkin Upper Pee Dee ANSON, MONTGOMERY, RANDOLPH, RICHMOND, STANLY, UNION $844, Yadkin Rocky ANSON, CABARRUS, IREDELL, ROWAN, STANLY, UNION $2,069, Yadkin Lower Pee Dee ANSON, RICHMOND $335, Catawba South Fork Catawba BURKE, CATAWBA, GASTON, LINCOLN $1,567, Catawba Lower Catawba MECKLENBURG, UNION $724, Subtotal $15,246,159.00

7 IDENTIFY - Hurricane Wind

8 IDENTIFY Extra tropical Wind

9 IDENTIFY Earthquake

10 IDENTIFY Landslide

11 IDENTIFY Landslide

12 IDENTIFY Levee Failure

13 IDENTIFY Wildfire

14 Train Derailment Chemical Disbursement Impact Analysis Analyses Example

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23 Dams Halifax County Champion Lagoon Dam DAM PROFILE NAME: Champion Lagoon Dam ADDRESS: 100 Gaston Rd, Roanoke Rapids, NC EAP DAM TYPE: Earthen Embankment SPILLWAY TYPE: Riser/Barrel NC DAM ID: FAILURE/BREACH SCENARIO ORANG-011 Sunny Day Arrival Time 5 minutes STRUCTURAL HEIGHT: 72 ft NORMAL FREEBOARD: 12 ft NORMAL POOL ELEVATION: 498 ft RECEIVING STREAM: Cane Creek LATITUDE: LONGITUDE: DIRECTIONS Access through Gate 2, KapStone Paper Mill Facility. From Gaston, turn left at Dominion after the Roanoke River bridge. Turn left at the front of the main office, take first right after parking lot to Gate 2. A member of the Facility Security Force or appropriate mill personnel must escort any Law Enforcement or emergency responders into the mill. CONTACTS IMPACT RESPONSE

24 Dams Halifax County Champion Lagoon Dam DAM PROFILE CONTACTS Emergency Phone Trees DAM OWNER Bill Kessinger DAM OPERATOR DAM ENGINEER NCDEQ STAFF STATE EOC COUNTY SHERIFF LOCAL RESPONDER COUNTY EM DIR Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger Bill Kessinger REGIONAL EM DIRECTOR IMPACT RESPONSE Bill Kessinger SERT PARTNERS Bill Kessinger

25 Dams Halifax County Champion Lagoon Dam DAM PROFILE CONTACTS IMPACT Buildings Impacted Roads Impacted Road Name Impacted Length (mi) Main Street 0.2 Pine Avenue 0.5 Maple Street 0.5 Oak Lane 0.3 River Road 1.1 Road Name Road Length Main Street 0.2 mi RESPONSE

26 Dam Inundation Modeling, Mapping and Risk Through the Matthew Disaster Recovery Act of 2018 (Appropriation Bill) NCEM Risk Management was provided first of two years funding to: Develop Breach Analysis / Inundation Models for 1,505 High and Intermediate Hazard Dams Generate Dam Breach Inundation Rasters Perform Building-Level Risk Assessments for each of the Dam Inundation Rasters Enhance the SERA Dam Inundation module to Incorporate all 1,505 Inundation Rasters and Risk Analysis

27 Flood Inundation Gages, Modeling, Mapping and Risk

28 Flood Inundation Gages, Inundation Libraries and Risk Through the Matthew Disaster Recovery Act of 2018 (Appropriation Bill) NCEM Risk Management was provided first of two years funding to: Install 37 new Riverine and 13 Coastal Gages and Generate Inundation Map Libraries and Risk Calculations Extend Inundation Libraries and Risk Modeling for 40 Existing Gages Develop Inundation Libraries at 60 Existing Gages that currently do not have Inundation Libraries Install 30 Low Cost Water Level Sensors at High Risk Bridges and Culverts Enhance Data Integration with FIMAN Web Application

29 Priority Project / Priorities Name FY2019 Funding FY2020 Funding FY2021 Funding FY2022 Funding FY2023 Funding Total 1 Future Flood Insurance Studies (Totals) $9,775,000 $11,145,000 $8,555,000 $8,655,000 $9,055,000 $39,385,000 2 LiDAR Collection $4,600,000 $4,600,000 $3,600,000 N/A N/A $12,800,000 3 Post-Hurricane Matthew Flooding Analyses* $16,540,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $16,540,000 4 Dam Inundation Risk Analysis* $1,440,223 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,440,223 5 Dam Inundation Integration to SERA* $300,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $300, Expand the Real-Time Capability to FIMAN* Expand Database-Derived Digital Display Environment Performing All-Hazards Risk Assessments on Properties in North Carolina Establish an AI Capability for Water & Wind Events (i.e. Hurricanes) Establish an Alternative for Flood Insurance in North Carolina Update Artifact Delineation Utilizing the Newest LiDAR (Geiger-mode) Streamline the Process from Hazard Identification through Flood Mitigation & Insurance $5,850,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,845,000 $500,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $500,000 $75,000 $285,000 $195,000 $240,000 $270,000 $1,065,000 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown $152,000 $145,000 $154,000 $157,000 $0 $608,000 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

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31 OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Hundreds of Potential Use Cases Emergency Response Mapping / Aerial Photography Homeland Security Civil Air Patrol Agriculture Mining Forestry Wildlife Resources Transportation Investigation Drug Enforcement Anti-terrorism Law Enforcement First Responder Support Weather Research Disaster Analysis Airport Planning Entertainment Others

32 Funding LFD Public Hearings ALL HAZARDs Risk Management Lifecycle Concept Strategy / Action Monitor / Evaluation Pre-Resilience Meeting Resilience Meeting Adoption All Hazard Mapping / Risk Analysis Prelim. Appeals and Protest Period Process / Product Review of Hazard Risk Strategies Identify Hazards Requiring Assessments Establish Hazard Risk Mapping and Assessment Community Charter Updates data on: All Hazards Buildings CI/KR Parcel - Conflation Analysis H&H Analysis SFHA Mapping Other Hazards Raster Datasets FRIS / Risk Analysis irisk Database Products / Tasks Introduction of FRIS and irisk Preliminary FIRM Changes Since Last FIRM Draft Risk MAP Risk Analysis by Structure FRMP Draft Attendees Public Officials / Staff Mitigation Officers Public Meeting for Flood Risk Datasets FIRM (Final) Risk Map Hot spots Mitigation Strategies Draft FRMP Attendees FPAs Public Officials Mitigation Officers Adopt FRMP Adopt FIRM Data

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