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2013 Mid-Atlantic Wood Solutions Fair

Date:
November 14 2013
Time:
8:00am-5:00pm
Venue:
Baltimore Convention Center
Cost:
Free
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Wood Solutions Fairs are FREE multi-faceted, day-long educational events on the use of wood in non-residential and multi-family buildings.

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ROOM 1

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
The Bullitt Center: Meeting the Living Building Challenge
Brian Court, AIA, LEED AP, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLC

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. It has been designed to last 250 years and to achieve the highest benchmark of building sustainability—Living Building Challenge™ (LBC) certification. A performance-based certification program, the LBC requires buildings to be evaluated after one year of occupancy prior to certification, against criteria that include 100% of energy demands met with on-site renewable energy generation and 100% of water needs met by on-site rainwater collection. 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.

Bringing a strong sense of design to projects and a passion for buildings that are finely tuned to their regional and climatic influences, Brian led the performance-based design effort for the Bullitt Center. An Associate at The Miller Hull Partnership, Brian has served as the Project Architect for numerous single and multi-family residential projects, urban infill projects, large institutional projects, higher education projects and waterfront projects. Brian attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia for his undergraduate degree and the University of Washington for his Master’s Degree in Architecture.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Urban Acoustics
Steve Thorburn, PE, LEED AP, CTS-I, CTS-D, Thorburn Associates

As with any issue of building performance, the acoustics of a mixed-use wood-frame structure can be designed to meet or far exceed minimal requirements. It is the responsibility of the design team to determine acoustical expectations for the project and meet them within the available budget. Through the use of case studies, this fast-paced, interactive session will explore how multi-story wood systems can be used to meet acoustical privacy goals. Discussion will focus on the detailing and construction of units, and how consideration of the construction process can help keep acoustical costs down. With the objective of providing implementable solutions, the session will include construction details and photos showing what has and hasn’t worked in actual buildings.

Principal Consultant with Thorburn Associates, Steve enjoys helping others understand the principals of acoustics and audiovisual technology. His dual degrees in electrical engineering and technical theatre give him a balanced left brain/right brain approach to project solutions. In addition to experience on more than 2,800 projects, he is an author and teacher, a past INFOCOMM Educator of the Year, and recipient of two International Communications Industries Association Facility Design Awards. He routinely speaks and writes for the AEC industry on acoustical issues.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Design is in the Details: Solutions to Common Mid-Rise Design Challenges
Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

This session will use recent mid-rise projects to examine a variety of design solutions for multi-story wood construction. Discussion will focus on areas of design and detailing that often challenge designers of Type III and Type V mixed-use projects—such as designing wood and masonry shaft walls, connecting 2-hour rated walls to 1-hour rated floor/ceiling systems, and balcony construction—and offer possible solutions. Opportunities and advantages to using cross laminated timber in mid-rise buildings will also be explored.

Mr. Church is a licensed Professional Engineer in the field of Structural Engineering with an extensive background in multi-family and mixed-use projects. He was awarded a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in structures from Brigham Young University and currently holds registration in several states including California, New York, Texas and Florida. He is a Principal Partner in the firm of Davis and Church, LLC established in 2003 and located in Alpharetta, GA.

ROOM 2

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Design Flexibility of Commercial and Institutional Structures
Brian Woudstra, BSc Eng, StructureCraft Builders

This presentation will focus on the tremendous flexibility wood offers to the new architecture given its free-form design possibilities. Examples will include design-build construction of complex and highly visual structures featuring the prominent use of wood, such as the recently completed VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre, a “closed cell” panelized free-form timber structure in Vancouver, BC, the Pearl Visitors’ Centre in Qingdao, China, featuring a doubly-curved massive timber roof, and several other innovative projects featuring wood as expressed structure. Discussion will highlight the design-build prefabrication process and its advantages when creating innovative architectural structures.

Brian Woudstra, BSc Eng, is the Business Development/Pre-construction Engineer for StructureCraft Builders, responsible for coordinating preliminary design, costing and modeling in conjunction with other engineers and project managers. He has carried out structural design for several complex timber structures and has extensive experience in timber design, connection engineering, cost estimating, structural detailing, shop drawing review, and procurement of special materials such as castings, cables and coatings.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Cross Laminated Timber Technology: Manufacturing, Materials and Specification
Bryan Readling, PE, APA

While cross laminated timber (CLT) technology originated in Europe as a proprietary system, considerable advances have been made to establish CLT as a material capable of competing with concrete and steel in US non-residential and multi-family construction markets. Among the most notable, a new product standard developed by APA and approved by the American National Standards Association (ANSI/APA PRG 320) lays out the requirements and test methods for CLT certification and quality assurance, and recently approved code changes will see CLT recognized in the 2015 International Building Code (IBC). With an emphasis on manufacturing and specification, this session will provide an overview of current North American CLT production as well as practical information related to its use in North American buildings.

Bryan Readling, PE, is a structural engineer, author and lecturer representing APA’s Field Services Division in Charlotte, NC. Before joining APA in 1990, Bryan worked as a consulting structural engineer after completing a Master’s degree at Clemson University where he measured wind tunnel forces on low-rise structures.

His article, “In the Path of the Storm, A firsthand look at the damage inflicted on new wood-frame homes by the April 2011 tornados in North Carolina and Alabama” appears in the September 2011 Journal of Light Construction. An authority on storm-resistant design and engineered wood systems, he is a member of the American Association for Wind Engineering and FEMA’s Mitigation Assessment Team.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
High-Rise Timber Office: 40-Story Wood Structural Concept
Nick Bevanda, Arch. AIBC, MRAIC, AIA, NCARB, CEI Architecture

Exploration of new engineered and hybrid technologies is driving the trend toward taller wood buildings, with industry visionaries expecting to see high-rise wood structures within our lifetime. Nowhere is that vision more clear than in a 40-story design recently recognized with an honorable mention in the Office Building of the Future design competition held by the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAOIP). In this presentation, CEI Architecture will provide an overview of this unique design within a broader discussion of wood high-rises—including their viability, structural systems, fire protection systems, and design challenges.

Nick Bevanda is an architect and Partner at British Columbia-based CEI Architecture. Since beginning his professional career in 1985, he has gone on to lead a variety of projects of architectural significance, with an emphasis on context-specific, environmentally-aware considerations. Several of Nick’s projects have been recognized for excellence in design, including the Black Hills Estate Winery, winner of the Lieutenant-Governor of BC Award of Merit in 2008, and the Elenko Residence, honored by the Design Exchange Awards in 2010.

ROOM 3

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Energy-Efficient Facilities: Building Envelope Design Considerations
Steve Easley, Steve Easley & Associates Inc.

While new energy codes and green building programs are placing greater emphasis on energy efficiency, many “green buildings” are being criticized because their energy performance has failed to live up to expectations. This presentation will focus on cost-effective design recommendations for high performance building enclosures. It will explore why many buildings fail to perform as expected, and provide recommendations on envelope detailing, insulation and air sealing techniques for various climates, and information to include in specifications.

Steve Easley is an internationally recognized construction consultant specializing in solving building science related problems and educating building industry professionals and their trade partners. His work focuses on increasing quality of construction, sustainability and reducing costly mistakes that lead to construction defects and call backs.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Modern Forestry: Growing Sustainable Bio-Materials
Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners Inc.

This presentation will address land management techniques associated with agriculture (organic and non-organic) and forestry, including natural forest management as well as plantation forestry. These systems are used to grow bio-based materials such as wood products, agricultural foods and fibers, and the raw materials for bio-energy. The presentation will compare and contrast common forestry and agricultural practices and include discussion of the diverse challenges and benefits associated with each system.

Executive Director of Dovetail Partners, Inc., Kathryn Fernholz is a forester by training and has worked on development and forest management issues in a wide range of roles. With a consulting firm, her work included natural resource inventories, comprehensive planning,

environmental impact assessments and the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). While working for the Community Forestry Resource Center, she developed and managed a group certification project for family forests and worked to increase local capacity to provide forest management and marketing services that are compatible with certification standards. She is also an experienced Forest Management Certification Lead Auditor. Kathryn has a BS in Forest Resources from the University of Minnesota, College of Natural Resources.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Building Envelope Design and Moisture Performance
Sam Glass, PhD, USDA Forest Products Laboratory

Moisture management and durability are key elements of building envelope design but are often not well understood. This presentation will help design and building professionals understand how the building envelope responds to environmental conditions, with emphasis on heat, air, and moisture control. The talk will highlight wood-moisture relations, focusing on key physical properties and concepts. Strategies will be presented for evaluating building envelope design in terms of performance strengths and vulnerabilities, with examples from wood-frame construction as well as cross laminated timber construction.

Sam Glass, PhD, is a scientist at the USDA Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) in Madison, Wisconsin, where he leads a team in Building Moisture and Durability Research. His team conducts laboratory, field, and modeling studies on building envelope performance, durability of energy-efficient construction, moisture transfer in wood and wood-based materials, and corrosion of metal fasteners in wood. Dr. Glass’s work often involves collaboration on research and technology transfer with academic and industry partners. Dr. Glass is a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He participates in technical committees and standards related to building envelope performance and moisture control, and currently serves as Research Subcommittee Chair for Technical Committee 4.4, Building Materials and Building Envelope Performance. Prior to joining FPL in 2005, Dr. Glass completed a PhD in physical chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

ROOM 4

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Making Sustainability Accessible with Life Cycle Assessment
Frances Yang, LEED AP, SE, Arup

Do nutrition labels help you make healthier decisions? Can we trust the claims on food packaging without them? Now building designers have similar resources—in the form of life cycle assessment (LCA) and environmental product declarations (EPDs). By providing a quantitative basis from which to compare the environmental impacts of alternate designs, LCA and EPDs remove the guesswork from material selection. They separate fact from ‘greenwashing’ and allow designers to make informed decisions about the materials they choose.

Frances Yang is a Structures and Materials Sustainability Specialist in the Energy + Resources group of the San Francisco office of Arup. She pursued interests in life cycle assessment and architecture for the environment while earning her Masters of Engineering at UC Berkeley. She now integrates these into her structural design work. Further training in the Arup London Research and Development office has equipped her to become an Arup global expert on LCA-based tools and embodied impacts of construction materials. Frances holds a LEED AP and California SE. She is currently chair of the ASCE Structural Engineering Institute Sustainability Committee Life Cycle Assessment Working Group and was recently appointed to the Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group of USGBC’s LEED Committees.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50

PM
Getting to Yes: Code Alternate Materials and Means and Permit Streamlining
Michael Malinowski, AIA, Applied Architecture, Inc.

This session will cover principles and strategy for effective navigation of the building permit process when materials or designs don’t comfortably fit with conventional code application, as well as the use of permit streamlining for more effective and efficient processing. Alternate Materials and Means Requests (AMMR) can be used for various reasons including: use of innovative products and systems, new design concepts, complex geometries, code conundrums, political problem solving and the resolution of interpretation differences. Successful project examples will be used to demonstrate how to approach the AMMR process and demystify the concept of an alternate design. In addition, the landscape of permit streamlining concepts will be outlined, with a focus on streamlining approaches that can engage design professionals on the ‘public’ side of the counter in a project’s ultimate success.

Michael F. Malinowski, AIA, is Principal of Applied Architecture Inc. in Sacramento, where he specializes in residential, mixed-use and historic adaptive reuse work. A current member of the Woodworks Advisory Panel and aecKnowledge Editorial Committee, he was also the 2009/2010 VP Communications/Public Affairs for the AIA California Council, founded the long-running AIACV Code Conversation program, and has served over a decade on Sacramento’s Development Oversight, Preservation and Design Review Commissions.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Code Conforming Wood Design
Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, SECB, American Wood Council

This presentation is based on a set of new publications summarizing allowable wood use in buildings in accordance with the 2012 IBC. Titled Code Conforming Wood Design (CCWD), the documents feature an overview of the design flexibilities permitted for wood in commercial construction and should not be considered a replacement for the building code. However, it should help engineers, architects and building officials better understand how wood can be used in a variety of applications. The CCWD series includes a comprehensive document summarizing wood use in the IBC. A series of eight smaller documents are specific to different use groups such assembly, business and educational buildings. Participants can download a complimentary copy of the CCWD at: http://www.awc.org/codes/ccwdindex.html.

Michelle Kam-Biron joined the American Wood Council (AWC) staff in 2012 and currently serves as Director of Education. Before joining AWC, she was Senior Technical Director – National Lead Mid-rise/Multi-family Construction for WoodWorks. She has over 20 years of experience managing and designing a wide range of projects in various structural materials as well as Division of State Architect contract plan review. Michelle has authored and contributed to several publications on the use of structural wood products as well as presented throughout the nation on the topic. She graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Architectural Engineering. She is the current Treasurer and past Director of the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California and a volunteer on the Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo Architectural Engineering Advisory Board.

ROOM 5

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM
Laminated Strand Lumber – Framing Solutions for Strength, Stiffness and Straightness
Steve Zapcic, LP Building Products

This session provides an overview of laminated strand lumber (LSL), including the manufacturing process, sustainability benefits, ease of installation, and design and performance criteria. Examples of completed projects will be used to demonstrate LSL’s design flexibility and cost effectiveness for commercial

and multi-family construction.

Steve Zapcic has conducted more than 250 training programs for LP’s engineered wood products business. These programs help to educate design professionals, the distribution channel, and builders to ensure that products provide the “value added” features of engineered wood products (EWP). He works closely with the manufacturing, engineering and marketing departments at LP to ensure brand consistency and technical accuracy when delivering training. Steve has over 32 years of experience in the EWP industry and is an expert in the production, design, application and installation of engineered wood products. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Business from The University of Tennessee.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM
Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood and the International Building Code
Jim Gogolski, Hoover Treated Wood Products

This presentation takes an in-depth look at fire-retardant-treated wood (FRTW) focusing on: FRTW characteristics, properties and performance in a fire; preparation, treatment, inspection and labeling; fire tests, standards and building code requirements; how and where FRTW is used; and the impact of FRTW on construction and insurance costs.

Jim Gogolski is a Marketing Representative with Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc., where he helps to inform architects, engineers and building code officials about the many uses of fire-retardant-treated-wood in construction. Prior to Hoover, Jim worked with APA – The Engineered Wood Association as a Field Representative and administered their field inspection service. He has also worked for a wood preservative chemical supplier and the Southern Forest Products Association. His technical knowledge and experience related to the use wood in construction and field inspections brings a unique perspective to his pro¬grams. A member of the International Code Council, Jim holds a BS in Wood Products Technology from Ohio State University-Columbus, and an MBA from Xavier University-Cincinnati.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM
Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar
Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

This presentation will include information basic to lumber and forest products while focusing on the nature of western red cedar lumber products, their unique benefits, and how they are appropriate for incorporation into any sustainable design. The presentation will also touch on information about western red cedar lumber grades, installation, and finishing. Forest certification will be discussed, as will reasons why using western red cedar affords your clients the best environmental and sustainable products for their design requirements.

Steve From has been employed in the lumber industry in varying capacities since 1972, when he began working in sales at a British Columbia sawmill. For the past four years, he has worked for the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association (WRCLA), where he provides training to design and building professionals as well as wholesale distribution and lumber retail staff. He has specialized in education related to Western Red Cedar since 1987 and also completed the WRCLA Cedar School in Vancouver. Prior to joining the WRCLA, he held a variety of sales, product management and purchasing director positions.

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Treated Wood and Design
Eddy Longshore, Western Wood Preservers Institute

The durability of all structures relies on effective design—which, for wood buildings, includes the use of preservative-treated wood where excessive moisture or termite infestation is likely. This course offers practical advice for specifying the chemical alternatives used to protect wood’s durability in these circumstances. Topics will include determining the appropriate type of treatment based on the American Wood Protection Asso

ciation (AWPA) Use Category Standards and ICC-ES Report Evaluations, labeling required under the IBC and best management practices for sensitive or aquatic environments. Considerations related to treated wood in multi-residential and commercial structures, fasteners and connectors, safe handling and environmental protection will also be discussed.

Eddy Longshore grew up near Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked for his father’s roofing business from the age of 10, gaining decades of experience in construction practices. He is now the Continuing Education Manager for Cox Industries, providing learning units for architects, engineers, builders, contractors and code officials throughout Maryland, Virginia, the Carolinas and Georgia.

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Introduction to Structural Design of Post-Frame Building Systems
Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

This program begins with a brief description of post-frame building systems followed by an overview of key concepts for their structural design. Information is presented from a conceptual standpoint as opposed to an equation and computational standpoint. Two design methods are addressed: one for post-frame systems without diaphragm action, the other for post-frame systems with diaphragm action. The majority of the program is focused on the latter. The presentation will show how a simple yet powerful and readily available computer program, DAFI, determines the proportion of design lateral loads that are carried to ground by the individual post frames and the proportion carried to ground by the roof diaphragm and shear walls. The program then shows how the isolated post foundations are designed to resist lateral and uplift forces. Technical resources available to design professionals will also be discussed.

Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, is professor emeritus at Penn State University, where he taught wood structural engineering and building systems engineering for nearly 30 years. He has published over 340 technical articles, and chaired the standards-writing committee that developed the first nationally-recognized engineering practice on diaphragm design of post-frame buildings.

AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Structural Wood-to-Wood Fasteners
Mark Guthrie, FastenMaster

Geared toward design professionals, building officials and contractors, this presentation will provide an overview of the fastening and connection requirements for wood structural members to resist the loads imposed in wood-frame construction. Topics will include how connections are affected by wood properties, moisture content, loading direction and dowel bearing strength, as well as the evolution of fasteners including their nomenclature (or anatomy), strength properties, and other features. The recent development of structural wood screws and their use in various applications will also be discussed. Participants can expect to understand the procedures involved in determining the imposed loads and selection of appropriate fasteners, and locate and understand code requirements for specific wood-frame construction structural connections.

Mr. Guthrie is responsible for code compliance and product development at FastenMaster – OMG, a leading manufacturer of structural fasteners based in Agawam, Massachusetts. He has worked with the ICC in the development of the evaluation criteria for structural wood screws, a relatively new category of fasteners being used to replace lag screws, bolts and metal ties in many applications. As well, he has worked closely with the committee responsible for the proper evaluation of fastener coatings, especially those in exterior environments and with wood treatment chemicals. His current role has Mark working closely with contractors, educators, manufacturers and trade groups, to address ongoing safety and code compliance issues.

WoodWorks is an approved AIA provider. Eligible attendees will qualify for a maximum of six HSW credits (one per attended seminar).

Engineers and non-member architects will receive a certificate of completion for their participation.

Professional Development Certificates and AIA CES forms will be available on site.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
The Bullitt Center: Meeting the Living Building Challenge
Brian Court, AIA, LEED AP, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLC

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Urban Acoustics – currently unavailable
Steve Thorburn, PE, LEED AP, CTS-I, CTS-D, Thorburn Associates

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Design is in the Details: Solutions to Common Mid-Rise Design Challenges - currently unavailable
Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Design Flexibility of Commercial and Institutional Structures
Brian Woudstra, BSc Eng, StructureCraft Builders

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Cross Laminated Timber Technology: Manufacturing, Materials and Specification
Bryan Readling, PE, APA

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
High-Rise Timber Office: 40-Story Wood Structural Concept
Nick Bevanda, Arch. AIBC, MRAIC, AIA, NCARB, CEI Architecture

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Energy-Efficient Facilities: Building Envelope Design Considerations - currently unavailable
Steve Easley, Steve Easley & Associates Inc.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Modern Forestry: Growing Sustainable Bio-Materials
Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners Inc.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Building Envelope Design and Moisture Performance
Sam Glass, PhD, USDA Forest Products Laboratory

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Making Sustainability Accessible with Life Cycle Assessment
Frances Yang, LEED AP, SE, Arup

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Getting to Yes: Code Alternate Materials and Means and Permit Streamlining
Michael Malinowski, AIA, Applied Architecture, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Code Conforming Wood Design
Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, SECB, American Wood Council

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM
Laminated Strand Lumber – Framing Solutions for Strength, Stiffness and Straightness - currently unavailable
Steve Zapcic, LP Building Products

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM
Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood and the International Building Code
Jim Gogolski, Hoover Treated Wood Products

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM
Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar - currently unavailable
Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM
Treated Wood and Design
Eddy Longshore, Western Wood Preservers Institute

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM
Introduction to Structural Design of Post-Frame Building Systems
Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM
Structural Wood-to-Wood Fasteners - currently unavailable
Mark Guthrie, FastenMaster

Baltimore Convention Center
1 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Parking: There are a number of affordable garages located all throughout downtown Baltimore.

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