Building Green with Wood Toolkit

Format: PDF Documents and Videos – Length: Two Hours Handouts: Yes – Credit: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – The Building Green with Wood Toolkit by naturally:wood is a comprehensive course on issues required when considering building rating systems, codes and any other “green” related initiatives.

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Passive House Principles

By Scott Kennedy – Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing and EIC – Handout: No. This course will explore how Passive House Principles will influence future wood frame projects.

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The Bullitt Center

By Brian Court, Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, HPO, EIC – Handout: Yes. The Bullitt Center, a six‐story heavy timber building, recently competed in Seattle, is predicted to be the world’s most energy efficient commercial building. In this presentation, Project Architect Brian Court will give a short overview of the LBC, discuss the design strategies for the Bullitt Center, and highlight structural and environmental virtues of the heavy timber structural system such as renewability, contribution to energy efficiency, and light carbon footprint.

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Vorarlberg, Austria

By Ulrich Dangel: Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, EIC – Handout: No. This presentation is a protral of Vorarlberg\’s unique architectural styles in the design of wood buildings from its early beginnings to the present.

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Wood Products – Climate Change and Carbon Benefits

By Adam Robertson – Format: PowerPoint Video – Length: One Hour – Credits: AIA, all Canadian Provincial Architect Associations, BC Housing, EIC – Handout: No. The carbon benefits of using wood products will be explored, including forests as carbon sinks, wood building products as long-term carbon storage devices and emissions reductions through product substitution.

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