Tall Wood and Mass Timber
Tall Wood and Mass Timber Workshops
3 Locations! Toronto, Woodbridge and Cambridge
Mass timber structural framing systems have high strength-to-weight ratios, are dimensionally stable, and are quickly becoming systems of choice for sustainably-minded designers.
This workshop will focus on Mass Timber and its uses in construction including some specific design examples. We will also be talking at length about the Ontario Tall Wood Reference.
The Reference provides guidance for those undertaking wood building design outside of the OBC Division B prescriptive solutions, with a focus on tall wood buildings. Fire protection and structural aspects of tall wood buildings will be discussed with concentration upon the development of Alternative Solutions and navigation of the Alternative Solutions pathway provided by OBC Division A.
Hear from Moses Structural Engineers, Canadian Wood Council, CHM Fire Consultants and Fast + Epp!
Check out the schedule here (note the different schedules per location!) SCHEDULE
Registration fee is $250 + HST ($225 early bird rate by March 7, 2018)
Register for Toronto (March 26/18)
Register for Woodbridge (March 27/18)
Register for Cambridge (March 28/18)
OAA Members: You Can Earn Structured Learning Units at www.woodworkselearning.com
Our free online courses – found at www.woodworkselearning.com – are self-paced and available 24/7. We have assembled a prestigious international faculty of Architects, Engineers, Researchers and Educators to present online modules that provide you with the most current information on wood materials, design and applications. Click HERE to browse the course catalogue.
Welcome to Ontario Wood WORKS!
“Our goal is to promote the use of wood and wood products in construction projects, and to acknowledge the contribution of wood-use advocates and industry leaders.”
“Notre objectif est de promouvoir l’utilisation du bois et des produits du bois dans les projets de construction, et de reconnaître la contribution de nos champions et des leaders de l’industrie.”
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