Encyclopedia of Architecture: Industrialized construction to polyesters

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Joseph A. Wilkes, Robert T. Packard
Wiley, 1989 - Architecture - 896 pages
Now, with all of its five volumes completed, Encyclopedia of Architecture will surely become the standard in the field. Its broad coverage focuses on architectural processes & design, materials, construction methods & management but also encompasses, biographies of leading architects, architectural history, articles on architectural aesthetics, literature & criticism, listings on current laws & regulations, & information on leading firms & schools. Includes 3,000 illustrations & 500 tables. The Encyclopedia has been sponsored by the American Institute of Architects.

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Industrialized Construction Engineered Build
Inspection Observation and Supervision
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About the author (1989)

WILLIAM J. CAVANAUGH, FASA, INCE (Bd. Cert.), is a founding partner and senior principal of Cavanaugh Tocci Associates Inc., an acoustical consulting firm based in Sudbury, Massachusetts. His distinguished career as an acoustical consultant to the world's leading architectural and engineering firms and as a teacher at architectural schools spans more than four decades. He has served as president of both the National Council of Acoustical Consultants and the Institute of Noise Control Engineering.
JOSEPH A. WILKES, FAIA, is a Registered Architect and the editor of the five-volume Encyclopedia of Architecture. He has taught at the schools of architecture at the University of Florida and the University of Maryland and has served on the Building Research Advisory Board of the National Academy of Sciences.

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