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For over a century this extraordinary building - part hotel, part rooming house, part sanctuary - has . Sarah Bernhardt adored the Chelsea. Tomorrow– The Mobile Manufactured Housing Industry.

For over a century this extraordinary building - part hotel, part rooming house, part sanctuary - has been one of the most important landmarks on the circuit of international bohemianism. Robber barons moved in. Lily Langtry came to stay. Bernhardt: ?building? Tomorrow– The Mobile Manufactured от 4631.

For Bernhardt, this milestone was not only a time to celebrate, but also a time to reaffirm the values that have .

For Bernhardt, this milestone was not only a time to celebrate, but also a time to reaffirm the values that have enabled the company to endure. Foremost among those values: creating quality furnitur. nd a deep commitment to people and relationships. Unique by today’s standards, Bernhardt remains a family-owned business that is dedicated to the welfare of the community that’s been its home since 1889. The company’s history, spanning more than 125 years, is a story of pioneer spirit, of opportunities recognized and realized in spite of obstacles. John Mathias Bernhardt, founder.

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Manufactured housing (commonly known as mobile homes in the United States) is a type of prefabricated housing that is largely assembled in factories and then transported to sites of use.

Building Tomorrow : The Mobile-Manufactured Housing Industry. by Arthur D. Bernhardt.

Few detailed studies that involve complex interactions of social, economic, and technical factors have much direct and immediate impact on the real world. This study could well be one of those few exceptions. Arthur Bernhardt, an internationally known building industry expert, recognized as the leading authority on the mobile home industry, has compiled in this book overwhelming evidence that applying the efficient methods and techniques of that industry to other, older sectors of the building industry will enable the United States and countries around the world to overcome the housing crisis, making it possible to divert some of the expenditures for public subsidization of housing to other social priorities. Far from advocating an endless sprawl of mobile home parks as the basis for tomorrow's housing, Bernhardt states at the outset that "as the housing crisis continues to worsen, many people are asking whether mobile homes might become a viable housing alternative.... My personal answer is 'I hope not!'" Rather, his goal is to transfer the innovative spirit and built-in efficiencies of the mobile home production and delivery system to a full range of housing configurations. Bernhardt reached this conclusion only after overcoming an initial skepticism—he originally shared a widespread negative predisposition toward the mobile home industry: "This basic conclusion is the exact opposite of what I expected to find when I first looked at the mobile home industry years ago. Then, sharing with many others in the United States a strong bias against this industry, I decided to devote a few weeks to writing a negative case study on 'how not to industrialize the building industry.' One of the first findings of this investigation, however, was startling: The mobile home industry is the most efficient building industry in the world." The author then undertook a full-scale study of all aspects of the industry, in a seven-year project at MIT. He built a staff of more than a hundred professionals in such fields as engineering, economics, finance, law, management, political science, and sociology, scattered throughout the country. Supported by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Bernhardt and his staff conducted thousands of surveys and interviews in all sectors of the building industry and at all levels of government. The results of this research were compiled in a massive, five-volume, 5000 page report to HUD. Bernhardt's up-to-the-minute book—which is richly illustrated with halftones and drawings—condenses that report, and sets forth in a vigorous and explicit way the conclusions and recommendations that the full weight of the evidence compels.
Building Tomorrow: The Mobile/Manufactured Housing Industry download epub
Engineering
Author: Arthur D. Bernhardt
ISBN: 026202134X
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press; Second Printing edition (January 17, 1980)
Pages: 536 pages