Doug, Well check this out. It reminds me of Pliny Fisk s work at the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems. Any way we could demo the technology atMessage 1 of 3 , May 6, 2010View SourceDoug,
Well check this out. It reminds me of Pliny Fisk's work at the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems.
Any way we could demo the technology at Arcosanti?
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 7:14 AM, Daniel DeLorme <daniel@...> wrote:
I haven't been paying attention to this list for a long time, but I
found this announcement really exciting! Major props to you for actually
putting in the work to make the dream a reality. I don't know if I'll
ever be in a position to support your work, but if I am... my money is
> SafetySpan is finally nearing the end of our product testing and we hope
> to start erecting sustainable, earthquake resistant buildings as soon as
> next spring!
> In case you haven't heard of us yet, the SafetySpan building system lets
> builders erect structures that are as strong and durable as reinforced
> concrete at half the weight and with one third the environmental impact.
> This means a SafetySpan building is inherently safer and more
> sustainable than a conventional building. But, more importantly to this
> forum, the standardized, extensible components of the system also ensure
> that a SafetySpan building can grow and change over time, adapting to
> the changing needs of its tenants.
> In short SafetySpan buildings can grow, shrink, change, or even be
> repaired or improved on at a component level, making it the ideal
> building system for Arcologies and sub-Arcological structures!
> Come check us out at our new website (www.safetyspan.com) and follow our
> progress on Twitter!
> Doug Leonardi, President
> SafetySpan, Inc.
> Rebuilding the Building Industry from the Floor Up!