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Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design (Hardback)

Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design (Hardback) - 04 edition

Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design (Hardback) - 04 edition

ISBN13: 9780071411714

ISBN10: 0071411712

Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design (Hardback) by Barbara A. Nadel - ISBN 9780071411714
Edition: 04
Copyright: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
International: No
Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design (Hardback) by Barbara A. Nadel - ISBN 9780071411714

ISBN13: 9780071411714

ISBN10: 0071411712

Edition: 04

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Whether planning for new construction, renovations, or security upgrades of existing facilities, Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design is the definitive twenty-first century reference on security design, technology, building operations, and disaster planning.

Award-winning architect and author Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA, and over 50 national experts provide security design solutions for creating safe commercial, institutional, industrial, and residential buildings in the post-September 11, 2001, environment. Generously illustrated with 600 photos, drawings, tables, and checklists.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Part 1: Achieving Transparent Security

Chapter 1: Lessons Learned from September 11, 2001 and other Benchmark Events (Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA)
Chapter 2: Security Master Planning (David Thompson, AIA and Bill McCarthy, AIA)
Chapter 3: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (Terri Kelly)

Part 2: Planning & Design

Chapter 4: Arenas, Sports Facilities, Convention Centers, Performing Arts Facilities: Safety and Security after September 11, 2001 (Russ Simmons, Gerald Anderson, AIA, and the International Association of Assembly Managers, Safety and Security Task Force)
Chapter 5: Commercial High-Rise Egress Systems (Carl Galioto, FAIA)
Chapter 6: Courthouse Security (Kenneth J. Jandura, AIA, and David R. Campbell, PE)
Chapter 7: Federally Owned or Leased Office Buildings: Security Design (Terry Leach, AIA)
Chapter 8: Health Care Security (Thomas M. Jung, R.A.)
Chapter 9: Historic Preservation Guidance for Security Design (Sharon C. Park, FAIA and Caroline R. Alderson)
Chapter 10: Hospitality Facility Security (Bradley D. Schulz, AIA)
Chapter 11: Multifamily Housing: Security Checklist for Building Owners and Real Estate Professionals (James W. Harris)
Chapter 12: Home and Business Security, Disaster Planning, Response and Recovery (Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA)
Chapter 13: Industrial Facilities and Office Buildings: Safety, Security, Site Selection and Workplace Violence (Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA)
Chapter 14: Lobby Security Design: First Impressions (Casey L. Jones)
Chapter 15: Museum and Cultural Facility Security (Arthur Rosenblatt, FAIA)
Chapter 16: Perimeter Security: The Aesthetics of Protection (Deborah Bershad and Jean Parker Phifer, AIA)
Chapter 17: Religious Institutions and Community Centers (Anti-Defamation League)
Chapter 18: Research Facilities: Security Planning (Regis Gaughan, PE, Joseph Calabrese, PE, and Stanley Stark, AIA)
Chapter 19: Retail Security Design (Jeffrey J. Gunning, AIA, and Lance K. Josal, AIA)
Chapter 20: School Security: Designing Safe Learning Environments (Thomas Blurock, AIA)
Chapter 21: Women's Health Centers: Workplace Safety and Security (Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA)

Part 3: Engineering

Chapter 22: Protective Design of Structures (Richard L. Tomasetti, PE, and John Abruzzo, PE)
Chapter 23: Mechanical, Electrical, Fire Protection Design (Andrew Hlushko, PE)
Chapter 24: Chemical and Biological Protection (Michael C. Janus, PE, and William K. Blewett)

Part 4: Construction

Chapter 25: Construction Cost Estimating for Security- Related Projects (Elizabeth J. Heider, AIA)
Chapter 26: Construction: Emergency Response - Lessons Learned from September 11, 2001 (Lewis J. Mintzer)

Part 5: Technology and Materials

Chapter 27: Security Technology (William G. Sewell, RCDD)
Chapter 28: Selecting and Specifying Security Technology Products: A Primer for Building Owners and Facility Managers (Francis J. Sheridan, AIA)
Chapter 29: Glazing and Security Glass Applications (F. John W. Bush, Sue Steinberg, and Catherine Kaliniak)

Part 6: Codes and Liabilities

Chapter 30: Codes, Standards, and Guidelines for Security Planning and Design (Walter "Skip" Adams, CPP, and Deborah A. Somers)
Chapter 31: Liability Exposure After September 11, 2001 (Michael S. Zetlin, Esq., and Noelle Lilien, Esq.)