After the storm, send out a letter to all clients and partners on your projects stating what has happened. This letter should have some detail as to times, events, estimating recovery time (project longer that you think, you can always shorten it) and other items. Don’t have people assume what is obvious to you. Some will be upset and demanding at first. However, taking a proactive approach gives you a good basis for discussion later when there may be some outstanding issues to resolve about the storm or wildfire.
Some people suggest taking highly defensive measures since we are a 2nd amendment country. Some are not shy about thinking in these terms if things go very badly as have recent looting events have shown. This is a personal decision for each construction company/owner/employee.
Have a hauling trailer(s) ready. (Large horse/livestock trailers work well.) It may not be financially wise to stock a lot of extra material inventory/personal items, but it may be wise to drive to a factory some distance away and load up on needed construction/personal supplies.