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More About This Title Building Evaluation for Adaptive Reuse and Preservation
J. Stanley Rabun, PhD, PE, RA, is a professor at the University of Tennessee. As an architect and structural engineer, he has designed many residential and commercial buildings and continues to consult on a wide array of projects. Dr. Rabun also serves as an expert witness in construction accidents and building failures, testifying on cases involving water leakage and mold. Dr. Rabun is the author of Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings (Wiley).
Richard Kelso, PhD, PE, is a mechanical engineer and a professor at the University of Tennessee. A partner in a consulting engineering firm for more than twenty-five years, Dr. Kelso serves as an expert witness in construction accidents and building failures, testifying on cases involving HVAC systems and mold.
Chapter One: Architectural Character.
Chapter Two: Survey of Existing Conditions.
Chapter Three: Electrical Systems: Background.
Chapter Four: Mechanical Systems.
Chapter Five: Plumbing, Bathrooms, Accessibility and Fire Systems.
Chapter Six: Sustainability.
Chapter Seven: Pro Forma Analysis.
Chapter Eight: Testing.