and generous support of NJIT, Peter was honored with the uni-versity’s 2008 Edward F. Weston Medal.
1989 and today is president and principal of the firm. Based in Brooklyn, New York, JF Con-tracting works with city, state and federal agencies, as well as
Anastasia, Peter and Elsa Papanicolaou
with clients in the private sector. The firm’s expertise encompasses
Weston honor interior and exterior renova- for Peter Building PaPanicolaou
government offices, manufactur-ing and warehousing facilities,
safer homes With straW Martin Hammer (Arch) ’80 is Top: Two room house, Battal, Pakistan. Above: Martin Hammer (left), Hamid Ullah (home owner), Surkhab Kahn
buildings are earthquake-safe, energy and resource efficient, and low cost. Variations of straw
time athlete Peter Turek ’75 (CE) placed 19th out of 50 in
proposed Straw Bale Building Code for the State of California. n
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