Auburn's Not Waiting for the Dust to Settle

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Auburn, Ala., September 2, 2011— Professor Paul Holley assists students sawing fiber cement siding for a FEMA DAWG HAUS. The DAWG HAUS or Disaster Avoidance With Good Home Attenuating-Unionization System is a wind-resistant techniques of building. After an outbreak of tornados swept through Alabama in April, Auburn's Integrated Design and Construction students have an opportunity to exchange ideas with FEMA's mitigation team. The university hopes the students will integrate these concepts in future projects, designing and building a safer world.  FEMA Photo/Ruth Kennedy
Auburn, Ala., September 2, 2011— Professor Paul Holley assists students sawing fiber cement siding for a FEMA DAWG HAUS. The DAWG HAUS or Disaster Avoidance With Good Home Attenuating-Unionization System is a wind-resistant techniques of building. After an outbreak of tornados swept through Alabama in April, Auburn's Integrated Design and Construction students have an opportunity to exchange ideas with FEMA's mitigation team. The university hopes the students will integrate these concepts in future projects, designing and building a safer world. FEMA Photo/Ruth Kennedy - Location: Auburn, AL