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Postdisaster Reconstruction of Horizontal Infrastructure Systems: A Review of the Christchurch Rebuild
10th Annual Conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Renewal and Reconstruction
This paper investigates the decision-making processes guiding postdisaster infrastructure reconstructionconcentrating on wastewater, water supply, stormwater and road networks ("horizontal infrastructure"). It draws on empirical analysis of the postearthquake reconstruction currently underway in Christchurch, New Zealand. Restoring infrastructure services to provide at least a basic level of essential services after a disaster helps wider economic recovery. Subsequently, there is pressure todoi:10.5703/1288284315353 fatcat:3ytoyynwyfhm7j6f5gzz24fhjy