Dalston Lane: Tall Timber, Technical Case Study
Combustibles Cladding Ban in UK Could Spell the End of CLT
Treehugger.com Case Study
The B1M Case Study
EasternWhitePine.org Case Study
Waugh Thisleton Architects Project Report
Interview with Architects — YouTube
WoodWorkingNetwork.com Case Study
ArchDaily.com Case Study
ThinkWood.com Case Study
NaturallyWood.com Case Studies Overview:
02 Code Compliance.pdf
03 Design Modeling.pdf
04 Construction Modeling.pdf
05 Construction Procedure.pdf
06 Performance Review.pdf
T3 Office Building, Minneapolis
C: Structure Craft
A: Michael Green
A: Michael Green DLR Group
Structure Craft — Engineers & Contractors
Detail Magazine — Case Study
Thinkwood.com — Case Study
Architect Magazine — Case Study
StructureCraft — Construction Animation (Vimeo)
ThinkWood.com Case Study
Architect Magazine — Case Study (2014)
Sustainable Architecture and Building Magazine — 2015 Award
General info on Mass Timber
"Learning from Europe and Canada's Mass Timber Industry" — Architects Newspaper
"Studio Visit with Michael Green Architecture" — Architects Newspaper
"Are High Rise Wood Buildings in Seattle's Future" — Seattle Magazine (2016)
" Mass Timber with a Steel Core" — Civil + Structural Engineer (2017)
"Timber City" Exhibition at National Building Museum (2017)
"Building Fast with Mass Timber" — Structure Craft Blog (2014)
Impressive structures! Find more videos collected on this playlist.
I like this guy a lot. Lots of information about best practices supported by tons of experience in the field. Based on reading a couple articles I can attest he knows what he is talking about and has sound advice. Thanks Ted! Keep up the good work.
For example: "There’s a saying – “there’s no such thing as a small water problem.” But often people will try to put a band-aid on them. Unfortunately, every day a water problem is neglected, is another day closer to serious structural problems and tens of thousands of dollars of repairs. So it is in your best interest to deal with water problems as seriously as if your house was on fire. Deal with it today, or you’ll be really sorry tomorrow." ... read more
CLT (Cross Laminated Timber) is rapidly being incorporated into North American buildings as it undergoes the required standardization tests to be adopted into codes ...
From Structure Magazine: "A foundational document for designers using CLT in North America is the U.S. CLT Handbook, available free from www.rethinkwood.com. This Handbook covers a spectrum of topics relevant to the design of buildings using CLT, including structural properties, connections, enclosures, acoustics and fire performance. While not referenced by the building codes, this document provided a basis for early U.S. CLT applications through alternative means processes. ...
"Product quality and engineering standardization enabled explicit recognition of CLT in the 2015 IBC. CLT is identified as a structural material, defined in IBC Chapter 23 with reference to the PRG 320 standard and the 2015 NDS. CLT framing is allowed within Construction Types III, IV, and V, and for roof members in Types I and II roof assemblies requiring a 1-hour fire-resistance rating or less. IBC provisions for Type IV define minimum CLT material thickness for the use of CLT as a Heavy Timber floor (4 inches) and roof (3 inches) ... " read more
Find the CLT Handbook here.
Provided by the US Department of Energy. Looks like a tremendous resource.
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Here you will find a collection of material, ranging from technical data to white papers to theory, which has influenced my thinking.