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Please,


I'm looking FOR DOCUMENTS,THESES;BOOKS,DRAWING......

For CONCRET.STEEL.......CALCULS

I LOST ALL my courses,books,Comptuter and all,

I'm Seeting now (Hoppe for 2-3 mounth till) in the willchair..

Thank For all kind of Doc..Softwar.....

Fèlix MEGDOUD
BADVÄDERSGATAN 5
41836 GÖTEBORG
SWEDEN

Again Thanks all of You

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> Från: Richard_Ranous/OES(--nospam--at)oes.ca.gov
> Till: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
> Ämne: RE: Disaster dilemma
> Datum: den 21 januari 1998 17:51
> 
> 
> I am glad to see that the old battles of architects vs. engineers are
still
> alive.  You think that you guys have it bad in the sports arena--Los
> Angeles is trying to get the Raiders back!!!!!  Help us all!!!
> 
> Speaking of major disasters!  Thank you all for your comments regarding
the
> housing issue.  You have provided me with some food for thought.  I think
> the approach we will most likely take is to study some types of damage to
> homes and develop a training program for local governments on what types
of
> damage consititue a life safety hazard and what kinds do not.  I think
that
> we will also develop a fact sheet on the fire hazard issue.
> 
> Any more comments that you may have will be greatly appreciated.
> Additionally, if any of you have photographs of various types of damage
to
> single family residences and apartment buildings could you send them to
me
> with the following information:
> 
> 1.  Description of the damage
> 
> 2.  Location of the structure
> 
> 3.  Earthquake which caused the damage
> 
> 4.  Your name and address
> 
> You can send this information to me at:
> 
> Richard Ranous
> Governor's Office of Emergency Services
> 74 North Pasadena Ave.  8th floor
> Pasadena, California 91103
> 
> Thank you all again.
> 
> 
> 
>