Planning to Build: If you're planning on building a home, the information in this book will make the process much easier for you. You'll feel like a pro.

Planning to Build: If you're planning on building a home, the information in this book will make the process much easier for you. You'll feel like a pro.

by Brenda G. Rand

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Overview

If you're planning on building a home soon or in the future, the tips you find on these few pages will help with orienting the house on the site, building on a budget, reading plans, choosing materials and colors, dealing with the builder, terms and definitions.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511888110
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/25/2015
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 1,163,838
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

About the author

Starting with an associate's degree in architectural drafting, Brenda's broad field of experience includes; cost estimating fire and disaster residences; log home design; designing with pre-manufactured home systems and trusses; light commercial; restaurants; remodel and reconstruction; cost busting starter homes; FHA and VA housing; exclusive estate home and extreme home design technique; teaching architectural theory at Miller Mott in Tennessee.
Brenda has practiced architecture for almost forty years, under; and with renowned architects such as John Foster of Tulsa, Oklahoma; RG Foster, Alan Bates and Warren Bates of Springfield Missouri, and is a master in her own right.

Brenda's last position before joining forces with her son over 20 years ago; was in-house designer at 'The Pinnacle Golf and Country Club in Rogers Arkansas.

The Tulsa native has a style that is difficult to label. Preferring to create each home with the melody and fluid movement that captures the unique mood and feeling of each individual building site and client's criteria, her devotion to home design embraces architecture. She knows no boundaries in architectural theory and design.

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