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Durability and Resilience characterizes the ability to withstand wear and efficient maintenance of building elements and systems, as well as the measure of facility’s ability to function after enduring a natural or man-made disaster.

Title Datesort ascending Author
Detection of Moisture and Water Intrusion Within Building Envelopes by Means of Infrared Thermographic Inspections Apr 01, 2008 Antonio Colantonio (Public Works and Government Services Canada)
Severe Weather Planning for Schools Jan 01, 2008 Barbara McNaught Wilson (National Weather Service), Christopher Strong (National Weather Service), Bill Bunting (NationalWeather Service)
Wildfires and Schools Jan 01, 2008 National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
Earthquakes and Schools Jan 01, 2008 National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
Low-Cost Security Measures for School Facilities Jan 01, 2008 National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
Creating Safe and Healthy Spaces: Selecting Materials That Support Healing Jan 01, 2006 Mark Rossi, PhD, Tom Lent
Lessons Learned from Recent Damaging Earthquakes Apr 01, 2001 William T. Holmes (NIBS Building Seismic Safety Council)
Researching the ‘80’s Apr 01, 1980 The AIA Research Corporation
Seismic Design Apr 01, 1978 The AIA Research Corporation
Some Prospects for Simulating Human Behavior in High-Rise Building Fires: A Pilot Demonstration Jan 01, 1976 Fred I. Stahl (The City University of New York)
Integrated Environmental Design of Buildings Jan 01, 1972 P.E. O'Sullivan (University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology)
Multi-Level Industrial Building: A Possible Incentive for Additional Central City Employment and Industrial Development Jan 01, 1972 William O. Lindow (William A. Gould and Associates, Cleveland, Ohio)

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