Building and Fire Research Laboratory Activities, Accomplishments, and Recognitions 1997.
Building and Fire Research Laboratory Activities,
Accomplishments, and Recognitions 1997.
Fowell, A. J.
NIST SP 838-14; 48 p. March 1998.
Available from: Government Printing Office, Washington,
Order number: SN003-003-03562-9
research facilities; fire research; building technology
We in the Building and Fire Research Laboratory (BFRL)
are pleased to present to our clients and collaborators
this 1997 report of our activities, accomplishments and
recognitions. As one of the National Institute of
Standards and Technology's Measurement and Standards
Laboratories, we provide performance predition methods,
measurement technologies and technical advances needed
to assure the life cycle quality and economy of
constructed facilities. these include residences,
commercial and institutional buildings, industrial
facilities, public works and utilities. We are
enthusiastic about our work, conducted in close
collaborations with industry, government and academia,
because of its importance to the productivity and
competitiveness of all U.S. industry and everyone's
quality of life. This report gives further information
on these and other accomplishments and sources for more