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2005 ARTICLE INDEX

ACCESS CONTROL/ELECTRIFIED HARDWARE
Always Open; Always Closed – Ray Bernard, June, p. 53
A Reassuring Touch – Jacqueline Emigh, Oct., p. 10
Balancing Security and Fire Safety: It starts in stairwells – Claude Hollyfield, DAHC, March, p. 12
Case Study: Tailoring Access Control to Fire Codes – Michael Fickes, March, p. 32
Case Study: CSU Installs Access Control at Residence Halls – Carol Carey, November, p. 34
Controlling Access Through Revolving Doors – Don Haerer, AHC, March, p. 28
From the Front Lines of Selling, Buying and Maintaining Access Control – Paul Freirich, March, p. 40
Instant Relock? - What thieves don’t want you to know about unlocking your doors electronically – Don Sturgis, CPP, March, p. 14
Protecting School Perimeters – Beverly Vigue, May, p. 28
The New Electronic Locking System Pathway to Integrated Access Control – George Nortonen, March, p. 18
A Room with a (Secure) View – Marty Watts, March, p. 49
Prisons and Jails: An Introduction to Detention – Roslyn Shender, AHC, Oct., p. 24
Rules of the Games: What end-users want from manufacturers – Richard Parris, Aug., p.12
Security Watch: Controlling Access – Steve Filippini, Aug., p. 16
When Will We Take National Infrastructure Security Seriously? – Mark J. Berger, May, p. 16

CASE STUDIES
Arizona’s Moon Valley High School Upgrades Doors for Accessibility – Cindy English, Jan., p. 54
Case Study: A New Tune for Cal State Fullerton – Darina Kotacka, Oct., p. 38
Case Study: CSU Installs Access Control at Residence Halls – Carol Carey, November, p. 34
Case Study: Florida’s Orange County Public School System Goes High Tech – Michael Fickes, Aug., p. 20
Case Study: Specialty Products Allow Architects to Dream Bold Designs – Lynn Kaiser, AHC, Oct., p. 18
Case Study: Tailoring Access Control to Fire Codes – Michael Fickes, March, p. 32
Case Study: The Metamorphosis – Jack E. Hildum, AHC/CDC, Sept., p. 20
Prisons and Jails: An Introduction to Detention – Roslyn Shender, AHC, Oct., p. 24
Protecting School Perimeters – Beverly Vigue, May, p. 28

CODES/STANDARDS
Building Code Restrictions for Plastic Doors and Frames – Brent Case, Nov., p. 41
Case Study: Tailoring Access Control to Fire Codes – Michael Fickes, March, p. 32
A Closer Look at Division 8 – John Geniesse, Aug., p. 71
Cracking the Code – Rich Binsacca, Nov., p. 44
Exit Door Hardware & Life Safety – Carl Dean, AHC, CDT, May, p. 37
Exterior Side-Hinged Doors – Roy Diez, Jan., p. 50
Making the Rules – Corrina Stellitano, June, p. 32
Manufacturer’s Guide to Understanding New WDMA Standards – Tom Hoffert, June, p. 20
Newest Fenestration Standard for Entry Doors has Unintended Impact on Door Pre-Hangers – Dean Lewis, Nov., p. 22
The Importance of Specs – Don Sturgis, Aug., p. 24
What is ASTM E-90 – Bob McCluney, June, p. 14

CONVENTION/TRADESHOWS
29th DHI Annual Conference Wrap Up – Jan., p. 22
DHI Conference 2005 Schedule-at-a-Glance – May, p. 14
DHI Conference 2005 Tours - May, p. 8

DHI PAGE
Fire Protection and the Education Foundation – Bill Johnson, Aug., p. 8

DOORS
All Eyes on Doors – Alan J. Campbell, CAE, Feb., p. 19
Annual Inspection of Fire-rated Doors: Why is it necessary? – Keith Pardoe, DAHC/CDC, CDT,
Sept., p. 113
Building Code Restrictions for Plastic Doors and Frames – Brent Case, Nov., p. 41
Consumer Opinion Revolves Around Doors – American Association of Automatic Door
Manufacturers, Jan., p. 38
Controlling Access Through Revolving Doors – Don Haerer, AHC, March, p. 28
Dysfunctional “Fortress” Doors Have Numerous Safety & Security Problems – David P. Evans, May, p. 18
Exterior Side-Hinged Doors – Roy Diez, Jan., p. 50
Protecting the Door System – Bill Prokup, June, p. 26
The New Fire Fighters: Breakthrough developments shake up the world of fire-rated doors –
Jerry Razwick, Feb., p.12
Weathering the Storm – John Bendt, Jan., p. 30

EDUCATION
DHI: Safely Securing the Built Environment – Jerry Heppes, Sept., p. 6
The Changing Face of the Education Foundation – Bill Johnson, Oct., p. 8

HARDWARE/LOCKS
Antique and Reproduction Hardware – Rich Ellis, May, p. 23
Copper Alloy Hardware is Naturally Antibacterial – Harold T. Michaels, Ph.D., P.E., May, p. 24
Electronic Door Locks: Life Safety vs. Security – Eugene A. Cable and Philip R. Jose, Oct., p. 31
Four Questions to Ask About Door Hardware – James Piper, March, p. 24
The Importance of Specs – Don Sturgis, Aug., p. 24
Interfacing Hardware and Security Systems – Alvin D. Dugan, AHC and Don Stone, AHC, Feb., p. 38
Patented Keyways Provide Assurance for Facility Managers, Owners – Claude Hollyfield, DAHC, Feb., 28
The Hidden Components – Donald Chiapetta, Feb., p. 58

INDUSTRY ISSUES
Aluminum: The Base Metal Society Builds Upon – Jake Jakubuwski, Feb., p. 24
Assume, At Your Own Risk! – Keith Pardoe, DAHC/CDC, CDT, Feb., p. 8
Change Orders – What is Fair Pricing? – Doug Gerbing, Sept., p. 18
Consultant’s Role: Keeping the Building’s Security System on Target – Scott Barringer, CDT,
AHC, Oct., p. 16
Distributor Specification Writing – Doug Gerbing, AHC, FDHI, CSI, May, p. 42
Do’s and Don’ts for Successful Field Installation – Catherine Wilcke, Jan., p. 46
The Importance of Specs – Don Sturgis, Aug., p. 24
It All Starts with the Specification – Jerry S. Heppes, Sr., CAE, Feb., p. 6
Newest Fenestration Standard for Entry Doors has Unintended Impact on Door Pre-Hangers – Dean Lewis, Nov., p. 22
Proper Installation of Hollow Metal Frames – Dick Owen, Feb., p. 44
Understanding Sustainability: ‘The entire building industry is being shaped by this change’ –
Tim Peterson, Sept., p. 12
Weathering the Storm – John Bendt, Jan., p. 30

IN TOUCH
DHI Extends a Helping Hand to Katrina Victims – Jerry S. Heppes, Sr., CAE, Nov., pg. 6
Final Thoughts – Mark Hallgren, AHC, Oct., p. 6
Safely Securing the Built Environment – Jerry S. Heppes, Sr., CAE, March, p. 6

LEADERSHIP
Breaking Out of Our Mental Prisons – Jim Clemmer, Oct., p. 62
Credibility: It’s Not What You Think – Michel Neray, March, p. 63
Growing the Leader in Us – Jim Clemmer, Aug., p. 32
Envisioning the Future Leadership of Your Business – Irving Blackman, Sept., p. 94
Leadership Defined – Bill Blades, Feb. p. 61
What NOT to do…from a Canoe! – Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE, Feb., p. 62

LEGAL
Current Issues Affecting eCommerce – Heidi Abegg, Nov., p. 66
Legal Pitfalls to Avoid When Communicating with your Customers Via Fax and Email – Heidi Abegg, Feb., p. 68
Protecting Your Company When Employees Leave – Heidi Abegg, May, p. 58

LIFE SAFETY
Weathering the Storm – John Bendt, Jan., p. 30
Electronic Door Locks: Life Safety vs. Security – Eugene A. Cable and Philip R. Jose, Oct., p. 31

MANAGEMENT/PERSONNEL
Build a Company Culture that Serves, Sizzles & Succeeds – Ron Kaufman, Nov., p. 62
Business Planning Questions for Door and Hardware Distributor Managers – Mike Crossen, June, p. 12
Effective Ways to Motivate Employees – Myron Curry, Aug., p. 40
Tapping the Inner Riches of Your Team – Craig Harrison, March, p. 72
How to Harness the Power of Praise – Ron Kaufman, May, p. 52
It Pays to Help New Staff Start Right – Ron Kaufman, June, p. 58
Is the Synergy Worth the Energy – Ed Rigsbee, Sept., p. 96

MISCELLANEOUS
Ask the Architect: Change Order Pricing – Michael D. Chambers, FAIA, FCSI, CCS, Jan., p. 10
Making History…Meet us in St. Louis…again? – Steve Hildebrand, FDHI, June, p. 40

SALES/MARKETING
Attracting New Business on a Shoestring Budget – Kelley Robertson, June, p. 72
Communicating Price Increases to Your Customers – Dave Kahle, Oct., p. 58
Constructing a Prospect Pipeline – John Graham, Nov., p. 52
Dealing with the New World of Sales – John Graham, Sept., p. 98
In Challenging Times, Service Matters Most – Ron Kaufman, March, p. 70
It’s Not About You, It’s About the Customer – Jerry Rouleau, March, p. 67
Post Cards: A Powerful (and Cheap!) Marketing Tool – Jeffrey Dobkin, Oct., p. 46
The 25 Best Lines in Marketing – Jeffrey Dobkin, Aug., p. 34
The 2005 Business Plan: Making It In The Year Ahead – John Graham, Jan., p. 59
The ABCs of Buyer/Seller Relationships – Ed Rigsbee, CSP, Feb., p. 65
The Real Cost of Mess-Ups – Ed Rigsbee, CSP, May, p. 54

SECURITY
Dysfunctional “Fortress” Doors Have Numerous Safety & Security Problems – David P. Evans, May, p. 18
Electronic Door Locks: Life Safety vs. Security – Eugene A. Cable and Philip R. Jose, Oct., p. 31
Interfacing Hardware and Security Systems – Alvin D. Dugan, AHC and Don Stone, AHC, Feb., p. 38
Protecting School Perimeters – Beverly Vigue, May, p. 28
Ten Commandments of Security Design – William J. McKool, June, p. 48
The Hidden Fortress – Josh “Shuki” Einstein, Nov., p. 28
When Will We Take National Infrastructure Security Seriously? – Mark J. Berger, May, p. 16

SPECIFICATIONS
Assume, At Your Own Risk! – Keith Pardoe, DAHC/CDC, CDT, Feb., p. 8
It All Starts With the Specification - Jerry S. Heppes, Sr., CAE, Feb., p. 6

SHELF LIFE
Branch Inventory Management Begins with Branch Management Compensation – Jason Bader, Aug., p. 54
Cycle Counting: Penicillin for Distributors – Scott Stratman, Jan., p. 51
Sometimes Being Audited is a Good Thing – Scott Stratman, Feb., p. 51
Getting a Return on Your Technology Investment – Scott Stratman, Sept., p. 101
Getting into an Inventory State of Mind (Part I) – Scott Stratman, May, p. 64
Getting into an Inventory State of Mind (Part 2) – Scott Stratman, June, p. 62
The Loan Shark of Distribution – Jason Bader, Oct., p. 52
Your Most Valuable Asset – Scott Stratman, Nov., p. 56

TAX ADVICE
Tax Tips: Employers Face Big Buffet of Retirement Plan Options – Lance Wallach, Jan., p. 62
Pensions and Other Plans – Lance Wallach, May, p. 60


2005 AUTHOR INDEX

Heidi Abegg (February, May, November)
Jason Bader (August, October)
Scott Barringer (October)
John Bendt (January)
Mark Berger (May)
Ray Bernard (June)
Rich Binsacca (November)
Irving Blackman (September)
Eugene Cable (October)
Alan J. Campbell, CAE (February)
Carol Carey (November)
Brent Case (November)
Michael D. Chambers, FAIA, FCSI, CCS (January)
Donald Chiapetta (February)
Jim Clemmer (August, October)
Mike Crossen (June)
Myron Curry (August)
Carl Dean (May)
Roy Diez (January)
Jeffrey Dobkin (August, October)
Alvin D. Dugan, AHC (February)
Rich Ellis (May)
Jacqueline Emigh (October)
John “Shuki” Einstein (November)
Lynn Eisenhauer (November)
Cindy English (January)
David P. Evans (May)
Michael Fickes (March, August)
Steve Fillippini (August)
Susan P. Flowers (January)
Paul Freirich (March)
Doug Gerbing, AHC, FDHI, CSI (May, September)
John Graham (January, September, November)
Don Haerer, AHC (March)
Mark Hallgren (October)
Craig Harrison (March)
Jerry S. Heppes, Sr., CAE (January)
Steve Hildebrand, FDHI (June)
Jack E. Hildum, AHC/CDC (September)
Tom Hoffert (June)
Claude Hollyfield, DAHC (February, March)
Neil Howard (October)
Jake Jakubuwski (February)
Bill Johnson (August, October)
Phillip Jose (October)
Lynn Kaiser (October)
Ron Kaufman (March, May, June, November)
Darina Kotacka (October)
Dean Lewis (November)
Bob McCluney (June)
Eileen McDargh, CSP, CPAE (February)
William J. McKool (June)
Harold T. Michels, Ph.D., P.E. (May)
Michel Neray (March)
George Nortonen (March)
Richard W. Owens (February)
Richard Palmer (September)
Keith Pardoe (September)
Richard Parris (August)
Tim Peterson (September)
James Piper (March)
Bill Prokup (June)
Jerry Razwick (February)
Ed Rigsbee, CSP (February, May, September)
Kelley Robertson (June)
Jerry Rouleau (March)
Roslyn Shender (October)
Corrina Stellitano (June)
Don L. Stone, AHC (February)
Don Sturgis (August)
Scott Stratman (January, February, March, May, June, September, November)
Don Sturgis, CPP (March)
Beverly Vigue (May)
Lance Wallach (January, May)
Marty Watts (March)
Catherine Wilcke (January)