ICS Magazine

Dri-Eaz ‘New Guide' adopted as textbook in Purdue's restoration and reconstruction program

April 8, 2009

Purdue University has selected the New Guide to Restorative Drying from Dri-Eaz Products to be one of the textbooks for its newly established disaster restoration and reconstruction specialization program.

Offered by Purdue’s Department of Building Construction Management, the program will teach students how to manage situations that involve the restoration and reconstruction of buildings after disasters.

“The New Guide to Restorative Drying is a wonderful technical publication,” said Randy Rapp, associate professor in Purdue’s department of Building Construction Management. “It is suitably comprehensive, yet succinct and readily understood. The combination of well-organized diagrams, photos, and explanations appears to be just right for the students in our disaster restoration and reconstruction management concentration.”