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Howard C. Biddlecome

American Society of Civil Engineers

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California Society of Civil Engineers (CASCE)

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Howard C. Biddlecome6595 N. Bethel AvenueClovis, CA 93611559/299-6503559/299-6503 Faxhbiddlecome@aol.com


ASCE San Francisco Section Past Presidents | ASCE

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Howard C. Biddlecome


www.fresnobee.com

Owner Howard Biddlecome installed dozens of new windows in the building, which is on the city of Fresno's list of historic structures.
Biddlecome, who bought the building with his wife for $154,000 in 2001, has said he wants to prepare the building for tenants. After years-long negotiations with a nonprofit organization interested in buying the structure fell through, he hired structural engineers to determine what needs to be fixed to bring the building up to code.


www.fresnobee.com

The old sanitarium, located at 311 N. Fulton St., has received new windows as part of its renovation by building owner Howard Biddlecome.Biddlecome, who bought the building with his wife for $154,000 in 2001, has said he wants to prepare the building for tenants.After years-long negotiations with a nonprofit organization interested in buying the structure fell through, he hired structural engineers to determine what needs to be fixed to bring the building up to code.


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