HGA has a proven track record of successfully delivering over $4 Billion in disaster services across multiple programs and funding streams for state and local clients. With a team of dedicated experts and HGA office locations along the Gulf and East Coasts, we are strategically positioned to react to disasters of any nature. We’ve led and executed rebuilding efforts on some of the largest disasters in recent years, including Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike, Gustav, Ike, Isaac, Harvey, and Superstorm Sandy. Our experienced and seasoned team has earned an outstanding reputation with local, state and federal officials for successful program management of FEMA and HUD Programs. With this proven track record, we understand the challenges and complexities of large disaster program management to get governments back on their feet quickly and reliably and speed up the recovery process for their residents.
Our seasoned team of expert staff have earned an outstanding reputation with local, state, and federal officials for successful management of FEMA and HUD programs. Given HGA’s breadth of disaster experience, we understand the challenges that both local and state governments face after disasters and the red tape that accompanies the subsequent federal dollars. HGA works to alleviate this burden for our clients through program management, staff augmentation, and technical assistance services. Clients continue to re-procure HGA for long-term contracts because they trust our staff to see their programs through to completion.
Why Use HGA Expertise
You need specific program management expertise that you don’t have within your organization;
You want assistance solving complex FEMA and/or HUD grant challenges; or
You need to quickly start your recovery program to help your residents
HGA continually receives high rankings in the areas in which we provide services to our clients. HGA ranked number 44 among the nation’s Top 50 Program Management Firms by Engineering News Record, one of the industry’s leading professional publications.