Contributor biographical information for Unbuilding : salvaging the architectural treasures of unwanted houses / Bob Falk and Brad Guy.

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Architect Brad Guy is Director of Operations of the HamerCenter of the Penn State School of Architecture and LandscapeArchitecture. He was previously Associate Director of the Powell Center for Construction and Environment at theUniversityof Florida.

Bob Falk is supervisory research engineer at the U.S. Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin, involved in the evaluation of engineering properties of reclaimed timber. He has a PhD in Civil Engineering from Washington State University. Falk is a ground-breaking researcher in the recycling and reuse of building materials and has published articles in a variety of engineering and forest products journals as well as in Fine Homebuilding magazine.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Buildings -- Salvaging.
Building fittings -- Recycling.
House construction.
Construction and demolition debris.
Salvage (Waste, etc.)