PATH - A Public Private Partnership for Advancing Housing Technology
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Welcome to the Summer issue of PATH Quarterly, an email newsletter about new developments in the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing. This newsletter is designed to aid homebuilders, manufacturers, researchers, professional groups, and Federal agencies concerned with technology in housing.
News and Events
Colonia Demonstration Home Breaks New Ground on Affordable Housing
PATH Partners to Showcase Advanced Technologies in NextGen Demo Home
PATH Debuts Monthly Column in Professional Builder Magazine
Assuring Quality: Report from the Building & Insurance Industry Roundtable
Southeast Builders Learn about PATH's "Bright Ideas"
Innovation in Action at Benchmark Conference
U.S. & SPAIN Exchange Ideas at Housing Forum
Teaming to Win in West Virginia
Making Affordable Housing Affordable
Durability Doctor: Online Consumer Guide for Building Materials
Affordability of Housing Workshop Lays Foundation for Future Guidelines
Seeking Comments on Whole-House Roadmap
PATH Partners in Action
PATH Industry Steering Committee Reviews Progress
New Hampshire Community Loan Fund Supports New Generation of Manufactured Housing
From the PATH Press
Diffusion of Innovation in the Residential Building Industry
Improving Air Distribution Systems (ADS) Performance in Manufactured Homes
New Madrid Seismic Zone: Overview of Earthquake Hazard and Magnitude Assessment Based on Fragility of Historic Structures
The Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) is a public-private partnership of leading-edge homebuilders, manufacturers, researchers, professional groups, and federal agencies concerned with housing. By working together, PATH partners improve the quality and affordability of today's new and existing homes, strengthen the technology infrastructure of the United States, and help create the next generation of American housing. PATH is administered by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research.
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Content updated on 9/24/2004
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