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Title World Trade Center Fire Engineering of Steelwork
Subtitles Phase 1 Report
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Publication Date 2000/02/11
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Publication Version Rev A
Authors Neal Butterworth
Number of Pages 33
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Abstract Buro Happold has been commissioned by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to conduct a fire-engineering assessment of the fireproofing requirements of the open-web, steel, joists that support the floors in the tenant areas of Towers 1 and 2 of the World Trade Center. This summary outlines the findings of the preliminary studies and suggests how substantial savings can be made in terms of cost, application time, and material thickness for the fireproofing system.
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AbstractBuro Happold has been commissioned by the Buro Happold has been commissioned by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to conduct a fire-engineering assessment of the fireproofing requirements of the open-web, steel, joists that support the floors in the tenant areas of Towers 1 and 2 of the World Trade Center. This summary outlines the findings of the preliminary studies and suggests how substantial savings can be made in terms of cost, application time, and material thickness for the fireproofing system.ial thickness for the fireproofing system. +
AuthorsNeal Butterworth +
Company or AgencyBuro Happold +
Number of Pages33 +
Original URLhttp://911blogger.com/node/19680 +
Publication Date11 February 2000 +
Publication VersionRev A +
SubtitlesPhase 1 Report +
TitleWorld Trade Center Fire Engineering of Steelwork +
Working URL

http://nasathermalimages.s3.amazonaws.com/public/nist/BH%20Report.pdf

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