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Questions about WoodWorks Services?

  • What kind of continuing education credits can I get for attending a WoodWorks education event?

    Eligible professionals can earn AIA/CES LUs (typically HSW), PDH credits and ICC credits for attending WoodWorks in-person and online events, including workshops, webinars, building tours, and lunch and learns. Some sustainability-related programming is also registered for accreditation with the US Green Building Council. Each event page includes information on the credits available for that event.

  • Where can I see examples of mass timber projects that are built?

    The WoodWorks Innovation Network (WIN) includes a dynamic map of mass timber projects across the U.S. (and beyond). Select project markers on the map to read more about the building, and connect with its design/construction team members. WoodWorks also publishes case studies on a variety of wood buildings, as well as a series of mass timber business case studies. Visit our Mass Timber page to see these and other resources.

  • How can I get my project featured in the gallery?

    The WoodWorks gallery showcases Wood Design Award winners. You can nominate your project during the summer and early fall each year at this page. In the meantime, if your project is mass timber, you can have it featured on the WoodWorks Innovation Network (WIN) along with a profile highlighting your own skills and experience. Visit WIN to learn about membership opportunities.

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