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Re: GSBN:Another big one on the way
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Another big one on the way
- From: Laura Bartels laura@...
- Date: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 09:15:33 -0700
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And actually, the article is misleading. Furbish and Co is the straw and
plaster sub, not so much the consultant. I think they've had David E.
out to consult.
Laura Bartels wrote:
Michael Furbish and Rick Truett, both from Furbish Co., were at ISBBC.
They seem to be pretty sharp guys. I don't know the extent of their
experience either, but they seem to be doing their homework.
I've had a bit of contact as they have asked for moisture sensors from
me for the school, which I am providing. I don't know too many details
about the design or detailing except that their plasters will be
earthen on the inside (they have consulted with Tim Owen Kennedy) and
lime on the ext.
Joyce Coppinger wrote:
I met someone at ISBBC/Canada who was part of the Furbish Co. if my memory
serves me. Will go back through my notes and see what I can share with you.
on 3.8.2007 7:55 AM, Mark Piepkorn at
And who is Furbish Co.? Beats me. From their website, it appears that
they've done one SB McMansion (which a Google search seems to
indicate is Mike Furbish's own residence). I'm just sayin'.
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.furbishco.com/">http://www.furbishco.com/</a>
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