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The Center for the Built Environment (CBE) was established in May 1997 at the University of California, Berkeley. This website is part of our ongoing effort to provide timely, unbiased information on promising new building technologies and design techniques. Our research is funded by annual contributions from our Industry Partners. The National Science Foundation underwrites our administrative costs. To learn more about CBE, please visit our website.

This site was produced and is currently maintained by the CBE Underfloor Air Technology Website Project Team:

Fred Bauman, P.E.
Research Specialist
Project Leader, Primary Author
Tom Webster, P.E.
Research Specialist
Contributing Author
David Lehrer
CBE Partner Relations and Communications
Site Redesign

We would also like to gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the people who helped with the original website development in 2000: Rachel Bannon, Quoc Doan, Amiee Lee, Jane Lin, and Kevin Powell.

We are especially grateful for the additional funds contributed by CBE Partners,

                           
Tate Access Floors      and      York International Inc.

See the list of all CBE's Industry Partners

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