George T. Bible
DAAP School of Arch & Interior Design - 0016
Professor Bible's recent work includes the design of a classroom building for St. Anne Church, West Chester and the schematic design and analysis of Trinity Church, Buffalo, NY both with James Postell; the structural design of a residence in Virginia in association with William McDonough; and the engineering of many structural insulated panel products. Recent service to the University includes organizing the new SAID second year immersion studio, associate director for SAID graduate programs, and member of DAAP curriculum committee. He is active at the Cincinnati Waldorf School, serving as Vice President of the Board of Trustees and chair of the Land Overseers Committee. Nationally, he represents the AIA on the American Lumber Standards Association and serves as the chair of the National Lumber Grading Committee.
Mciv.Eng, Rice University 1973 ((Structural Engineering))
B.A., Rice University 1973 ((Architecture))
American Lumber Standards Structural Insulated Panels Non-structural and Alternate Building Technologies Structural and Forensic Engineering Engineering of Wood and Wood Products