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2017 Mid-Atlantic Wood Solutions Fair

Date:
August 29 2017
Time:
8:00am-5:00pm
Venue:
Walter E Washington 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.

Attendees can earn up to 6 AIA/CES HSW LUs or PDH credits (one per attended seminar).  AIA/CES forms and professional development certificates will be available on site.

The Exhibit Hall will be open 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Click here to download a brochure.

SEMINARS AND SPEAKERS

ROOM 1 – Code / Construction

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Sprinklers in Wood-Frame Construction: What Architects and Engineers Need to Know

David Jacoby, P.E., Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.

Sprinklers are the most common form of active fire protection in multi-family and commercial buildings. However, there is a misunderstanding among many building designers that sprinkler code requirements apply differently to wood-frame buildings vs. other types of construction. This presentation will cover code provisions related to the use of sprinklers in wood structures, including when and where they’re required, how they work, and a summary of differences between NFPA 13 and NFPA 13R systems. Discussion will include the use of sprinklers in concealed spaces (i.e., floor cavities and attics) and at large roof overhangs, ceiling- vs. side wall-mounted sprinkler heads, and area coverage requirements. The session will end with a look to the future of sprinkler technology, with a focus on the role and effectiveness of sprinklers in wood-frame buildings.

Mr. Jacoby is group leader of the Fire Life Safety practice at Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH) and head of its New York office. He has over 20 years of fire engineering and code consulting experience, with projects that include large assembly-type occupancies, stadiums, arenas, convention centers, mixed-use high-rise facilities, airports, casinos, residential facilities, hospitals, federal courthouses, and office buildings. He has a broad range of design, modeling, code consulting and fire testing knowledge reinforced with firefighting experience. He is a member of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers and the National Fire Protection Association.

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

Getting to Yes: Code Alternate Materials and Means and Permit Streamlining

Michael F. Malinowski, FAIA, Applied Architecture Inc., Streamline Institute Inc.

Alternate Materials and Means (AMMRs) can be used on any size project to establish code conformance for various reasons, including use of innovative products and systems, new design concepts, complex geometries, code conundrums, and resolution of interpretation differences. 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. 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 an overview of approaches that design professionals can use to engage the public side of the counter for more efficient and effective permit processing.

Michael F. Malinowski has 34 years of experience providing adaptive historic re-use, urban infill, affordable housing, single-family residential, and commercial revitalization design solutions as principal of Applied Architecture Inc. Mike has been active with permit streamlining for over two decades, and is past-Chair of the City of Sacramento’s Development Oversight Commission (where, during his tenure, customer reviews of the City’s permitting improved dramatically). He has led the Preservation Board and Design Review Board, was 2016 President of AIA California Council, and is a current member of the AIA National Codes and Standards Committee. In 2014 Mike launched PermitStreamline.com and founded the non-profit Streamline Institute to support the engagement of design professionals in advancing more efficient and effective permit processing.

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

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

Randall Walter, AIA, LEED AP, Bensonwood

Due to skilled labor shortages, compressed schedules, and the potential for greater quality control, off-site wood construction has become increasingly popular. 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. A step-by-step process will be presented for designers new to off-site construction, with information on how to find and utilize partners and resources, the integrated design process, and differences compared to traditional on-site methods. Trends and future projections for the use of off-site construction, as well as its advantages, will also be reviewed.

Randall Walter, AIA LEED AP, is an award-winning architect and Company Steward of the design/build firm, Bensonwood. From high-performance homes to schools, restaurants, studios and barns, Randall has created over 200 custom buildings throughout the US. Randall earned a Bachelor of Architecture and French from Carnegie Mellon University in 1992. He is an adjunct professor of Architecture at Keene State College, teaching design studios, architectural history and a biennial design/build practicum.

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ROOM 2 – Design / Detailing

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Connection Design Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures

Robert (Bob) Kuserk PE, APA

This session will feature a discussion of wood connection design and specification, including common fastener types and where design values can be found for each. Other topics will include the orthotropic nature of wood and its role in connection design, commodity and specialty connectors, and the use of steel connectors in wood-frame construction. Discussion will also include techniques for designing efficient, durable and code-compliant connections, examples of best practice connection details, and additional resources.

Bob holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Villanova University and a Master of Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware, and is a licensed professional engineer. An expert on residential and commercial design with engineered wood products, Bob joined APA in 2016 as an Engineered Wood Specialist covering the Northeast territory. Prior to joining APA, he spent twenty years as an engineer providing technical support for a major manufacturer of engineered wood products. He is actively involved in consulting with builders, suppliers, designers and code officials to enhance their use and understanding of engineered wood products. His design and construction management experience includes residential and commercial structural design.

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MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

Building Enclosure Design: Fundamentals, Components and Assemblies

Colin Shane MEng, PEng, RDH Building Science Inc.

Building enclosures are responsible for controlling heat flow, air flow, vapor flow and a number of other elements. Through a combination of building science fundamentals and current research, this presentation will explore design considerations associated with wood-frame building enclosures and the role of control layers. Discussion will focus on best practices for designing durable, energy-efficient enclosures using traditional light wood-frame construction.

Colin Shane is a Principal at the San Francisco Bay Area office of RDH Building Science Inc., an engineering consulting firm dedicated to building science and building enclosure engineering. Colin’s experience includes design of all components of the building enclosure, including walls, glazing systems, balconies and roofs in climate zones across North America. Colin has a broad knowledge of building construction and applies building science principles to evaluate, analyze and design durable, energy-efficient building enclosures.

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

Code Compliant Fire Resistance Design for Wood Construction

Paul Coats, PE, CBO, American Wood Council

Determining the proper code application for wood-frame fire assemblies can be challenging and is often further complicated with increases in a project’s size and scale. In a building environment where the ability to maximize height and area is key to cost effectiveness, designers must understand the gamut of fire protection considerations applicable to mid- and low-rise wood structures. This presentation will include code requirements, compliance options and nuances related to assembly selection for required fire resistance-rated floor/ceiling assemblies, exterior walls, fire barriers, fire partitions, and fire walls. Topics will include distinctions between fire-resistive elements for separation vs. class of construction.

Paul is the Southeast Regional Manager for the American Wood Council, which produces code-referenced design standards such as the National Design Specification for Wood Construction. A graduate of Purdue University, Paul has over 25 years of experience with codes, including building inspection, plan review, engineering, and consulting. He routinely assists code officials and designers and participates in national and state-level code development activities. Prior to joining AWC, Paul was on the Code Development Staff of BOCA International, a legacy organization of the International Code Council.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Advanced Detailing Techniques for Building Enclosures

Colin Shane MEng, PEng, RDH Building Science Inc.

This presentation will provide an in-depth look at a variety of wood-frame building enclosure assemblies and details. Beginning with a review of building enclosure design fundamentals and considerations, it will then focus on best practices with references from technical guidelines and case studies. Finally, the critical detail interfaces between different enclosure assemblies (i.e., walls, roofs, balconies, windows) will be reviewed with a focus on continuity of critical barriers. Details and case studies will be presented for each.

Colin Shane is a Principal at the San Francisco Bay Area office of RDH Building Science Inc., an engineering consulting firm dedicated to building science and building enclosure engineering. Colin’s experience includes design of all components of the building enclosure, including walls, glazing systems, balconies and roofs in climate zones across North America. Colin has a broad knowledge of building construction and applies building science principles to evaluate, analyze and design durable, energy-efficient building enclosures.

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ROOM 3 – Exposed Wood

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Western Red Cedar: Distinctive, Sustainable Design

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

This presentation is intended to increase awareness of Western Red Cedar uses, properties and performance characteristics. Western Red Cedar grades and product specifications will be reviewed, as will proper installation, finishing and maintenance for a variety of applications. Through brief case study presentations, attendees will gain an appreciation of design trends that leverage cedar’s versatility and the enhanced appeal it brings to institutional, commercial and residential designs. Demonstrating Western Cedar’s value as one of the ‘greenest’ building material available, discussion will include facts about sustainable forests and forest certification systems along with a brief review of Western Red Cedar Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs).

The Western Red Cedar Lumber Association is a Vancouver (Canada) based non-profit association representing 70 North American producers and distributors of quality Western Red Cedar Lumber products. Founded in 1954 and known as “The Voice of the Cedar Industry”—the WRCLA operates an architect specifier/designer and select builder customer service program throughout North America to support its members’ cedar products with information, education and quality standards.

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MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

Timber-Frame Design: Structural Timber as an Architectural Feature

Jim DeStefano, P.E., AIA, F.SEI, DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc.

There is something inherently spectacular about the look and feel of exposed heavy timber. It’s more than a structural system. It’s a natural at creating architectural drama—and is often the most practical, cost effective, and sustainable choice for achieving that objective. This entertaining and informative presentation will demonstrate how heavy timber has been used to great effect on a variety of projects. Emphasizing the need for form to follow function, it will cover traditional vs. contemporary design approaches, how to select the right species and construction type, and available timber systems.

Jim is the president of DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc. located in Fairfield, Connecticut. He is a structural engineer and licensed architect with 40 years of experience designing timber structures. Jim has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s in Structural Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founder and past-chairman of the Timber Frame Engineering Council (TFEC) and has served as a Director of the National Council of Structural Engineering Associations (NCSEA), Timber Frame Business Council (TFBC), and Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA). Jim is also past-chairman of the Structure magazine editorial board.

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MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Cross-Laminated Timber in the Capital: Washington Latin Public Charter School Gym

Ann Neeriemer, AIA, LEED AP, Perkins Eastman

The new 11,266-sf gymnasium at the Washington Latin Public Charter School marks an exciting new approach to school design. The first cross-laminated timber (CLT) building in the region, it demonstrates how mass timber can be used to cost-effectively create extraordinary spaces that support student well-being. This presentation by the project architect will include details on the structure, which features both CLT and glulam, as well as lessons learned during design and construction. Topics will include why mass timber was chosen, design challenges and solutions, building official interaction and approval process, and logistical coordination.

Ann has a passion for place-making and community-based design which she has utilized on a variety of project types including master and campus planning, mixed-use developments, and primary and secondary education facilities. Ann has more than ten years of experience in all phases of design and construction including programming, detailing, construction administration, sustainable design, and public approvals.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Cross-Laminated Timber: Bridging the Designer-Manufacturer Gap

SmartLam

This presentation is intended for building designers interested in the use of CLT who want to take full advantage of its prefabricated, precise nature and potential for construction savings. Unlike some traditional wood products, interaction with the product manufacturer, on elements such as 3D building models and whole building shop drawings, is important to the design of a successful CLT structure. Topics will include CLT design considerations, including those related to cost efficiency, as well as appropriate spans, thicknesses, applications, and specifications. The design team/manufacturer relationship will also be examined, with an emphasis on what project teams can expect from design through construction, information required by each party, and appropriate outputs (e.g., drawings, calculations, specs).

SmartLam is proud to be the first manufacturer of CLT products in the United States. Located in timber-rich northwest Montana, SmartLam manufactures CLT for use in a variety of applications. Our focus is to develop practical, innovative, and sustainable solutions to satisfy all our customer’s project requirements. The SmartLam team of industry leading professionals are dedicated to producing the finest products and delivering the highest levels of customer service. We are proud of our people, our process, and our products.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Timber-Frame Design: The Art of Engineering an Exposed Structure

Jim DeStefano, PE, AIA, F.SEI, DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc.

Timber engineering is just as much an art as science, one that is rarely taught in college or part of a young engineer’s professional education. With this presentation, attendees have an opportunity to learn from a timber specialist involved in award winning timber-frame projects throughout the northeast. Topics will include the design of heavy timber trusses, glulam elements, joinery and connections, as well as exterior wall systems and designing for fire protection.

Jim is the president of DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc. located in Fairfield, Connecticut. He is a structural engineer and licensed architect with 40 years of experience designing timber structures. Jim has a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s in Structural Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founder and past-chairman of the Timber Frame Engineering Council (TFEC) and has served as a Director of the National Council of Structural Engineering Associations (NCSEA), Timber Frame Business Council (TFBC), and Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA). Jim is also past-chairman of the Structure magazine editorial board.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Framing Techniques for Builders: Lessons Learned and Best Practices

Weyerhaeuser

This interactive session builds on the idea that builders can improve framing techniques through the lens of others’ challenges and solutions. Recent commercial and multi-family construction hurdles related to issues with building framing schemes will be reviewed through case studies and lessons learned. Best practices that builders can employ to avoid similar issues on their own projects will be discussed, and the audience will be asked to participate and apply practices reviewed during the session. Attendees will leave prepared with design strategies to produce high-performing structures and methodologies that can be considered and applied in construction immediately.

Weyerhaeuser, one of the world’s largest forest products companies, began operations in 1900. The company’s wood products business offers leading structural frame materials and OSB products, software, and technical support for residential, multi-family, and light commercial construction under the Weyerhaeuser and Trus Joist brand names. Weyerhaeuser is also one of the largest building products distributors in the US, offering products through more than 300 suppliers. Weyerhaeuser manages its timberlands on a sustainable basis in compliance with internationally-recognized forestry standards; all of the company’s structural wood products are certified to the SFI standard. At the end of 2016, the company employed approximately 10,400 people who serve customers worldwide and generated more than $6.4 billion in net sales.

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ROOM 4 – Mass Timber

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

More with Less: An Overview of the First CLT Hotel in the US

Jeff Morrow, Lendlease

The availability of CLT in the US is causing some designers to rethink traditional construction practices—and one progressive development company is helping to lead that charge. For the recently completed Candlewood Suites Hotel on the Army Installation at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, Lendlease explored the use of CLT for improved construction efficiency, enhanced performance, and blast resistance. The four-story, 62,688-sf project utilized CLT for nearly all floor, roof and wall framing, making it the first mass timber hotel in the country. This presentation will review the economic, environmental and social benefits realized through the use of CLT on this project, and address CLT’s viability as a market changing technology. Lessons learned during the design and construction processes will be discussed, as will some of the perceived hurdles and associated solutions related to using CLT as a whole building system.

Jeff Morrow is a Program Manager for Lendlease specializing in construction. Prior to leading the construction of new Lend Lease hotels for the Privatization of Army Lodging (PAL) program, he was Senior Project Engineer at Fort Campbell, KY, where he pioneered new approaches to energy and resource conservation in Lend Lease’s groundbreaking Zero Energy Homes project. This project provided a creative and viable strategy for achieving real change in the environmental impact of Lendlease buildings. Jeff earned a BS and MS in Building Construction Management from Purdue University. In 2013, he was recognized by Professional Builder Magazine’s “40 Under 40” awards.

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

Exposed Wood in Fire-Resistive Applications

David Barber, Arup

For buildings, the fire resistance of structural elements is a code-stipulated requirement often dictated by the construction type chosen rather than building materials used. Wood structures are unique in that they can be unprotected while still providing a level of fire resistance. However, both designers and jurisdictions tend to be unfamiliar with this approach. This presentation will cover the use of a variety of exposed structural wood products—solid sawn lumber, nail-laminated timber (NLT), glue-laminated timber (glulam) and CLT—in different fire-resistant applications for construction Types III, IV and V. Discussion will include implementation of char calculations, considerations for connections, and information on when calculations or fire tests are required for proving fire resistance in these scenarios. With a better understanding of the challenges and potential solutions, attendees will be able to confidently pursue exposed wood for their projects.

David is a Principal with Arup, based in Washington, DC, where he works as a fire protection engineer. He has been involved in the research and design of timber structures for over 20 years, assisting with testing and development of new timber technologies, authoring fire safety design guides for construction, working with wood product suppliers and completing fire safety design for mid-rise and high-rise timber buildings. David assists architects, engineers and contractors with timber designs, and also works with timber product developers. He is currently working with the project team for the US Tall Wood Building Prize Competition winner, Framework in Portland, Oregon.

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

Structural Design of Mass Timber Framing Systems

Tanya Luthi, PE, Fast + Epp

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 presentation will provide a detailed look at the structural design processes associated with a variety of mass timber products, including glulam, CLT, and NLT. Applications for the use of these products in gravity force-resisting systems under modern building codes will be discussed. Other technical topics will include use of mass timber panels as two-way spanning slabs, connection options and design considerations, and detailing and construction best practices.

Tanya Luthi is a licensed Professional Engineer and an Associate at the structural engineering firm, Fast + Epp. Although fluent with all structural materials, Fast + Epp is known for projects that incorporate a significant amount of timber. In 2000, Tanya graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Politics, but decided on a career change before beginning graduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin. She completed a Master of Science in Civil Engineering and graduated from the Structural Engineering program in 2005. Tanya has designed a wide range of structures in steel, concrete, and wood, including commercial, institutional, and residential buildings. She initially gained experience working with the New-York-based firm Leslie E. Robertson Associates. Tanya joined Fast + Epp’s Vancouver head office in 2011, and started the firm’s New York branch office in early 2016.

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ROOM 5 – Partners

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Code-Compliant Exterior Systems for Wood-Frame Building Envelopes

Huber Engineered Woods

This session begins with an investigation of recent code changes emphasizing building envelope performance. In that context, it explores next generation integrated solutions that simultaneously provide protection against moisture penetration, air leakage, and thermal bridging. Installation benefits and on-site quality control issues related to multi-solution integrated systems will also be evaluated.

Huber Engineered Woods LLC continually strives to create innovative products that suit customer needs. Each one delivers outstanding performance, easy installation and strength in single family, multi-family and light commercial projects. Huber’s ZIP System Roof and Wall Sheathing are structural wood panels with built-in protective barriers, eliminating the need for building wrap or felt and providing a continuous rigid moisture and air barrier that optimizes energy efficiency. Additionally, Huber’s AdvanTech subflooring product is proven to achieve strength and moisture resistance—for subflooring that won’t swell, cup, delaminate or bounce even under the toughest conditions.

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MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

Fire Retardant-Treated Wood: Products, Applications & Code Provisions

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc

Fire retardant-treated wood (FRTW) is often used in lieu of steel and concrete in applications otherwise restricted to noncombustible materials. This session examines the technical characteristics of FRTW and how different products can be applied under current building codes. Additional topics include fire resistance-rated assemblies that incorporate FRTW, proper FRTW specification and identification, and changes to the definition of FRTW in the 2018 International Building Code.

Hoover Treated Wood Products Inc, in business since 1955, supplies a comprehensive portfolio of pressure-impregnated kiln-dried lumber and plywood products for fire-retardant and preservative applications. Hoover has multiple company-owned treating facilities, conveniently located to service a 100+ member stocking distributor network which thoroughly covers the US and Canada. The rigorous quality control procedures employed by Hoover are constantly reviewed and inspected by Underwriters Laboratories and Timber Products Inspection’s follow-up services.

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MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Wood-Framing Methods for Energy Savings

Norbord Inc.

Although the building envelope is commonly focused on when looking at methods of meeting or exceeding energy code requirements, there is much to be gained in optimizing wood-framing and associated details for high energy performance. This presentation will review common sense solutions for framing a tight, energy-efficient envelope. Long wall panels, and how they can reduce material and labor costs, while increasing effectiveness of insulation, especially in raised heel trusses, will be reviewed. Other topics covered will include the use of insulated headers, an introduction to buried ducts and other methods of providing energy efficiency while reducing waste, material and labor costs in multi-family and commercial wood-frame construction.

Norbord Inc. is an international producer of wood-based panels with assets of US $1.6 billion. Norbord manufactures OSB at 17 plant locations in the United States, Canada and Europe.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Integrated Air & Water Barrier Systems

Georgia-Pacific

This course provides guidance for architects, specifiers, waterproofing contractors, and other professionals regarding the selection, specification and installation of integrated systems for air and water barriers and wood structural panels. Topics covered include an introduction to air and water barriers, wood structural panels, code requirements and design best practices for energy code compliance, common design and installation practices and techniques, and potential benefits realized through the use of integral air and water barrier systems.

Georgia-Pacific was founded in 1927 as a hardwood lumber wholesaler, and through nine decades has maintained its roots in the wood products industry. With 38 plants across the US and Canada, GP is currently is one of the largest wood products manufacturers in North America, producing a wide array of wood products for the construction industry as well as specialty applications.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Meeting Fire Code with Oriented Strand Board

LP Building Products

Building code requirements related to fire and life safety can be challenging for designers, particularly when it comes to proving fire resistance and maintaining structural performance. As such, understanding the applicability of available products can be helpful for designers. This presentation will provide an overview of fire-rated cementitious-coated oriented strand board (FRCC OSB) sheathing for wall and roof sheathing applications. Topics will include its structural and fire performance, available wall assemblies, and contribution to enhancing the sustainable built environment.

LP Building Products is the leader in high-performance building solutions designed for use in residential, industrial and light commercial construction. LP specializes in advanced technologies to deliver uniquely engineered wood products that help you build everything smarter, better, faster and more efficiently – from a single-family home to a multi-family complex to a home owner’s remodeling project. Founded in 1973, LP is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, and traded on the New York Stock Exchange under LPX.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Mid-Rise Engineering Considerations for Engineered Wood Products

Boise Cascade

Wood products take on a seemingly infinite variety of shapes and forms. While many designers are familiar with engineered wood products such as I-joists, wood sheathing and structural composite lumber, it is important to understand the structural requirements associated with each in order to achieve proper performance—especially in mid-rise applications. With an emphasis on products used in commercial and multi-family buildings, this presentation will cover fastening requirements, load capacity and proper detailing.

Boise Cascade has a proven track record of providing quality wood products and a nationwide building materials distribution network for its customers. Boise Cascade prides itself on being a consistent and stable partner with a strong sense of urgency to help its customers achieve success. Boise Cascade manufactures plywood, engineered wood products, lumber, and particleboard and supplies a broad line of wood products and building materials through 33 distribution locations.

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Walter E Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, DC 20001

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Attendees can earn up to 6 AIA/CES HSW LUs or PDH credits (one per attended seminar).  AIA/CES forms and professional development certificates will be available on site.

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For questions or additional information, please contact:
Dawn Veach, National Event Manager
Email: Ph: 404-394-4197