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|From: John Faust (wjfaustgmail.com)|
|Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2008 12:33:00 -0800 (PST)|
A slightly different form of "modular" construction is construction from structurally insulated panels (SIPs). You can find references here<http://www.sips.org/content/technical/index.cfm?pageId=134>. Have any communities used or are any communities planning to use SIPs in their structures. It would seem to have many advantages (well insulated, rapid construction, precision and accuracy, sound attenuation) and at least one disadvantage (formaldehyde emissions). I suspect if you do a single structure, the costs might be high. However, if there are multiple similar buildings, as we anticipate in our community (planning stages), maybe that would make it more practical. Would appreciate any clarification/experience members of this listserv might have. John Faust Sierra Vista, AZ
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