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Report From the 1986 Workshop on Integrated Data Base Development for the Building Industry (1987)

Chapter: APPENDIX 3: DEMONSTRATION PROTOTYPE PROJECT TEAM

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX 3: DEMONSTRATION PROTOTYPE PROJECT TEAM." National Research Council. 1987. Report From the 1986 Workshop on Integrated Data Base Development for the Building Industry. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/19177.
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APPENDIX 3 DEMONSTRATION PROTOTYPE PROJECT TEAM ALTON BRADFORD Naval Facilities Engineering Command JACK ENRICO Bechtel Power Corp. JAMES GOODLAND Control Data Corporation JAMES GREETHAM McDonnell Douglas AEC Company ROBERT HETERICK Virginia Tech DAVID KALISH AutoDesk, Inc. FRED KITCHENS Corps of Engineers ROBERT MAHAN Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboritories BLAKE MASON ARCH.l Architects MALCOLM McCULLOUGH AutoDesk, Inc. MARY OLIVERSON IBM Corporation MARK PALMER National Bureau of Standards JACK PHILLIPS Digital Equipment Corporation KENT REED National Bureau of Standards KENNETH REINSCHMIDT Stone and Webster MARIE ROBERTS U.S. Army CERL PAUL SCARPONCINI McDonnell Douglas GARY SEIBERT U.S. Army Corps of Engineers JANET SPOONAMORE U.S. Army CERL SHAD STEVENS Control Data Corporation JOAN SULLIVAN National Bureau of Standards JOHN EBERHARD Building Research Board PETER SMEALLIE Building Research Board DELPHINE GLAZE Building Research Board DICK ZITZMANN Consultant to BRB 91

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