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Reuse Radio: The BMRA's podcast

Help support the podcast! https://www.generosity.com/fundraisers/reuse-radio-support-the-bmra-s-podcast/dashboard#/manage This podcast is a collection of recorded Decon Expo presentations, interviews with BMRA members, and other interesting recordings that reflect the world of building material recovery (deconstruction) and reuse.
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Jun 8, 2016

This presentation was recorded on Monday February 29th, 2016 in Raleigh, NC and features a presentation by Shawn Wood of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and Bryce Jacobson of Portland Metro.

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May 3, 2016

This presentation was recorded on Tuesday February 1st, 2016 inRaleigh, NC and features a presentation by Scott Boylston ofEmergent Structures, "Transforming C&D Waste into CommunityWealth". 

As a reminder, the opinions and information provided in thispodcast belong to the speakers alone.  The BMRA does notendorse the opinions, practices, or businesses of anyone featuredon the podcast. Thanks, and enjoy.


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May 3, 2016

This presentation was recorded on Tuesday February 1st, 2016inRaleigh, NC and features a presentation by Alvin AllenofNoVaStar Appraisals.  Following the main presentation,we’veincluded the Question and Answers session, which alsofeaturesMolly Samietz of Samietz Appraisals.  

As a reminder, the opinions and information provided inthispodcast belong to the speakers alone.  The BMRA doesnotendorse the opinions, practices, or businesses of anyonefeaturedon the podcast. Thanks, and enjoy.

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Apr 7, 2016

This presentation was recorded on Tuesday February 1st, 2016 in Raleigh, NC and includes an introduction by Jon Zeidler of Community Forklift and main presentation by Molly Samietz of Samietz Appraisals.  Following the main presentation, we’ve included the Question and Answers session, which also features Alvin Allen of NoVaStar Appraisals.  As a reminder, the opinions and information provided in this podcast belong to the speakers alone.  The BMRA does not endorse the opinions, practices, or businesses of anyone featured on the podcast. Thanks, and enjoy.

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Mar 9, 2016

It's an amazing time to be in our world of thoughtful building practices that can promote environmentally sensitive and often creative and beautiful structures.  Jonathan will address how buildings can be built with the past, the present and the future all in the program.  The past, in thoughtful reclamation of material; the present, with design and construction principles that address both the client's needs and the building's energy profiles; and the future, with buildings that last much longer, have a resulting smaller carbon footprint, and can offer some opportunity for recyclability when their time comes.

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Jonathan Orpin is the President of the Timber Framers Guild, which supports the craft, science and the business of timber framing.  Its members come from every state and province of the US and Canada and several additional countries.  The Guild sponsors community projects, workshops and gatherings, a yearly conference which shares all aspects of timber framing, the only Department of Labor certified heavy timber apprenticeship, and numerous other activities. (tfguild.org.)  In addition, Jonathan is the President of Pioneer Millworks, which over its 25 years in business has recycled more than 25 million board feet of wood, and New Energy Works Timberframers.  Combined, these companies employ 130 members, have shops in NY and OR, and work hard to use the Triple Bottom Line of People, Profit and Planet as their guiding business

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