Hardwired resource allocators for TRAC-like reconfigurable architectures are described. These allocators facilitate searching for available resources in the system and allocation of a subset of these to a given request. Various algorithms can be implemented for the search and the allocation of the resources. Tree-structured allocators look particularly attractive with the cost-delay product being of the order of M* (log M)**2 for a system with M resources of the same type. It is shown how this scheme can be extended to allocate multiple type of resources in the system.