​Richard Cavallaro, president of Skanska USA Civil Inc., was recently featured in the Fortune article, “Building the indestructible metropolis,” discussing the resiliency of New York City in response to Mayor Bloomberg's $20 million plan to protect the city's shoreline from future disasters like Hurricane Sandy. Cavallaro shares his assessment of the infrastructure in New York City after the storm and highlights the fact that while many cities around the world are building resilient infrastructure, none have a set response plan in place. Cavallaro also provides insight into how civil engineering solutions will be implemented in the future. Skanska has played an active role in Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, including participation in the Rapid Repair Program, repairing Rockaway Beach, and rebuilding the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in a record six months.