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    The U.S. system of healthcare delivery is under enormous pressure to change — to reduce costs to society and to provide greater convenience in a manner more responsive to its consumers. Seldom has an industry that serves all Americans been under such compulsion to reinvent itself and, in doing so, redefine the roles of its components — institutions, caregivers, and the physical environment.

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    FRAME-AND-PANEL CABINETRY

    Frame-and-panel construction is one of the most important elements of furniture design. It allows for seasonal wood movement, yet it can usually be adapted to suit most any style or period of furniture. The most common use of frame-and-panel construction is in doors. But it's also used for lids and even for the sides of casework.

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    Millennium Centre Building under Way — BBC News, 2002.0507

    NAHB Honors Four as Icons of the Seniors Housing Industry — National Association of Home Builders, 2002.0503

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    A Towering Proposal for the N.J. Waterfront — North Jersey News, 2002.0502

    “Quality” NHS Building Projects Announced — UK Health News, 2002.0502

    Terror-Proof Buildings ‘Infeasible’ — MSNBC, 2002.0501

    Report Notes Design Factors in Collapse — Chicago Tribune, 2002.0501

    Remodelers Focus on Changing Housing Needs of Baby Boomers — National Association of Home Builders, 2002.0501

    Historical Fire Code CD-ROM Is Now Available — International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) press release, 2002.0501

    Headquarters Flaunts Builder's Design Skills — Detroit News, 2002.0430

    A Detective-Story Approach to the Twin Towers' Collapse — New York Times, 2002.0430

    Denver: Determined to Reinvent Itself — CNN, 2002.0428

    Construction Sites Seek Technologically Adept — New York Times, 2002.0428

    Engineer Says WTC Designers Not at Fault — Chicago Tribune, 2002.0427

    Framing System a Solid Import — Chicago Tribune, 2002.0427

    New Home Sales Down 3 Percent In March — National Association of Home Builders, 2002.0424

    Even after Tremors of Sept. 11, Ambitious Building Plans Proceed — New York Times, 2002.0424

    Supreme Court's Lake Tahoe Decision Could Trigger Moratorium Mania — National Association of Home Builders, 2002.0424

    Architectural Precast Association Announces 2002 APA Awards — Architectural Precast Association press release, 2002.0420

    Cintec Receives Queens Award for Innovation in Bridge Building — Cintec press release, 2002.0420

    Opening a New Door — New York Times, 2002.0420

    Controversial Extension to National Library Given Go-Ahead — Scotsman Online, 2002.0418

    Administration Joins Builders In Opposing Community Character Act — National Association of Home Builders, 2002.0417

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