Resilient Buildings that Bounce Back

Design strategies to help buildings withstand climate-related and other severe events
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By Peter J. Arsenault, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP

Peter J. Arsenault, FAIA, NCARB, LEED-AP is a nationally known architect and a prolific author encouraging more resilient buildings through better design.,


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Originally published in Architectural Record
Originally published in November 2021


Resilient Buildings that Bounce Back
Buyer's Guide
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Inpro 353 Series Joint Cover easily handles seismic movement
The new 353 Series Seismic Joint System from Inpro uses ceramic magnets to hold the panels in place and features stronger braided-metal arresting cables. The pan is expertly engineered to accept many common infill materials to minimize sightlines, and can be customized for up to 100% +/- lateral sheer movement.
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