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- From: Smikeng <Smikeng(--nospam--at)aol.com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Dec 1997 20:55:59 EST
I was a member a few years ago but let my membership expire due to being a "member" in too many organizations. My experience was positive with the Guild, and, as one of the few engineer members was asked to present a discussion on E.Q. engineering as related to timber frames at thier annual conference. When I was a member, membership was dominated by Eastern as well as Northern (Montana, Idaho, etc) timber frame contractors with maybe 3 or 4 engineering firms. If you have an interest in timber frames or are new to timber frame engineering, I feel there is quite a benefit to membership. The newsletter magazines often times offer engineering tips as well as current research on timber frame joinery and sometimes commentary by Ben Brungraber, the timber frame engineering guru.
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