058. Study of Prefabrication In Timber

By Michael Schluder. Course Number WWOL058, Year Created 2015. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: Yes. A showcase of prefabricated components for multistorey timber buildings based on the current status of buildings of one to 10 storey in an urban setting.

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059. Renaissance in Finnish Timber Construction

By Mikko Viljakainen. Course Number WWOL059, Year Created 2015. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: Yes. The presentation demonstrates the new off site methods in practice and describes and highlights interesting projects that feature innovative applications of wood in Finnish contemporary settings.

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064. Reciprocal Framing Systems

By David Bowick. Course Number WWOL064, Year Created 2015. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: Yes. This presentation will provide an overview of reciprocal framing systems such as lamella arches, as well as less common radial and triangular frames.

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079. Ready? Set. Reset!

By Robert Malczyk and Oliver Lang. Course Number WWOL079, Year Created 2016. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: Ninety Minutes – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handouts: Yes. Can BC designers be the architects of change in the future of wood design? This course will both challenge and engage participants to explore the imperatives of future opportunities in wood construction.

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080. Sizing It Up

By Christoph Dunser. Course Number WWOL080, Year Created 2016. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: Yes. This presentation shows how the presenter has used alternative solutions and advanced design and assembly practices to incorporate wood design in a number of innovative and increasingly larger structures throughout Europe.

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088. Off-Site Wood Construction: What, Why, How and the Future

By Randall Walter. Course Number WWOL088, Year Created 2017. Course Number WWOL088, Year Created 2017. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: No. This presentation will cover the unique design and construction techniques associated with pre-fabricated and off-site panelized wood systems. An introduction to the different levels of off-site construction and review of associated products and services will be followed by a demonstration of cost and schedule benefits based on real-world projects.

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089. Structural Design and Optimization of Midrise Wood Framed Buildings

By Michael Baldinelli. Course Number WWOL089, Year Created 2017. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: No. This presentation will highlight the design and analysis tools in combination with a unique optimization database that streamlines the design 0f mid-rise wood framed buildings while minimizing material and labor costs on a job per job basis.

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094. Understanding and Using the Canadian Wood Council’s Wall Thermal Design Calculator

By Robert Jonkman. Course number: WWOL094, Year Created: 2017. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: No. This course instructs designers and builders on how to use the Canadian Wood Council’s (CWC) interactive Wall Thermal Design (WTD) calculator. This is a free tool to help designers/builders comply to the new energy requirements.

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101. Use of Wood in Construction

By Katharina Lehmann. Course number: WWOL101, Year Created: 2017. Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: one hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: No. The presenter discusses integrating exemplary design, human and advanced manufacturing processes in construction.

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