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ResidentialStructuralDesignGuide (1)

ResidentialStructuralDesignGuide (1)

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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentOffice of Policy Development and Research
2000 Edition
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PATH (Partnership for Advanced Technology in Housing) is a new private/public effort to develop, demonstrate,
and gain widespread market acceptance for the “Next Generation” of American housing. Through the use of new orinnovative technologies the goal of PATH is to improve the quality, durability, environmental efficiency, andaffordability of tomorrow’s homes.Initiated at the request of the White House, PATH is managed and supported by the Department of Housing andUrban Development (HUD). In addition, all Federal Agencies that engage in housing research and technologydevelopment are PATH Partners, including the Departments of Energy and Commerce, as well as the EnvironmentalProtection Agency (EPA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). State and local governmentsand other participants from the public sector are also partners in PATH. Product manufacturers, home builders,insurance companies, and lenders represent private industry in the PATH Partnership.To learn more about PATH, please contact:Suite B133451 7th Street, SWWashington, DC 20410202-708-4250 (fax)e-mail: pathnet@pathnet.orgwebsite: www.pathnet.org
 
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Prepared forU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentOffice of Policy Development and ResearchWashington, DCContract H-21065CAandNational Association of Home Builders
 Housing Affordability Through Design Efficiency Program
Washington, DCbyNAHB Research Center, Inc.Upper Marlboro, MarylandFebruary 2000

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