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2012 San Antonio Wood Solutions Fair

October 2, 2012 – -

 

San Antonio, TXSan Antonio, TX

Free

Wood Solutions Fairs are FREE multi-faceted, day-long educational events on the use of wood in non-residential and multi-family buildings.

Event Details

Check-in: 7:00 am

Sessions begin: 8:00 am

Sessions end: 4:55 pm

Click here to register. There is no cost and lunch is included.

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MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Materials Matter: Design Trends for a Sustainable Future

Cheryl Ciecko, AIA, ALA, LEED AP, WoodWorks

Today, moving forward means looking back to traditional, natural materials and using them in new ways. Find out how wood materials provide solutions in terms of durability, fire, moisture and sustainability. Discover innovations that are allowing traditional wood materials and systems to be the solution of choice for a variety of building types, including four to six-story mid-rise buildings, cross laminated timber structures up to 15 stories and commercial structures of all types. Topics will also include Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Environmental Product Declarations, green building rating systems, forest certification and biophilia.

Cheryl A. Ciecko is a licensed architect and Senior Technical Director for WoodWorks in the central US. A specialist in sustainability issues, she is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Licensed Architects (ALA) and a LEED AP. Cheryl has a BS in Architecture from the University of Illinois – Urbana with High Honors, and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Minnesota – Minneapolis.

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

Using a Wood Podium in Mixed-use Design: An Architectural Case Study

Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA

Focusing on a successful, mixed-use redevelopment project in the Sacramento Valley, this presentation will examine some of the opportunities and challenges associated with mid-rise wood design. Topics will include code analysis, occupancies, structural considerations associated with a wood podium, management of the design for longevity and sustainability.

Karyn Beebe, P.E., LEED AP, is an Engineered Wood Specialist for APA covering the Southwest based out of San Diego, California. Karyn is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California and is a graduate of Purdue University with a BS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structures. She is an active member in several professional organizations including the Structural Engineers Association and US Green Building Council, and serves as Treasurer for the San Diego Area Chapter of International Code Council. Prior to joining APA, Karyn practiced structural engineering in San Diego designing buildings of all types. She also worked for the City of San Diego’s building department performing structural and life safety review of building plans.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Case Study – Podium Designs and Mixed-use Mid-rise Structures

Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

This session will examine mixed-use wood buildings across North America. The discussion will focus on critical aspects of the structural design, including material species and grade selection, an economical approach to

lateral load transfer and effects of wood shrinkage. Examples of Type III and Type V construction, as defined by the International Building Code, will be discussed along with their inherent structural challenges. Other associated topics will include rigid wood diaphragm design, stud wall design and fire-retardant-treated lumber.

Matthew 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 & Church, LLC, established in 2003 and located in Alpharetta, GA.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Adventures in Engineering – Designing the Iconic Metropol Parasol

Jan-Peter Koppitz, Dipl-Ing, Eur Ing, MIstructE CEng, Ove Arup & Partners

Recognized around the world for its unusual geometry, the iconic Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain is one of the world’s largest timber structures. This presentation by project engineer Jan-Peter Koppitz will trace what he calls the “adventure” of engineering this unique project. From the first sketches to the turn of the last screw, the design team—architects, structural engineers and wood specialists—found itself on an expedition in new technological and architectural territory. This could only be managed with a great deal of knowledge, experience and creativity, as well as the courage to pursue innovative, never-tried solutions.

Jan-Peter Koppitz is an Associate at Ove Arup & Partners, where he has worked since 2000, first in London and now in Madrid. From 2002-2005, he was a structural tutor at the prestigious Design Research Lab, AA in London and he now teaches at the School of Architecture, IE Business School in Madrid. He studied Civil Engineering at the BTU Cottbus in his native Germany after spending much of his youth living in the US.

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

LCT ONE – Case Study of an Eight-story Wood Office Building

Nabih Tahan, AIA, CREE

This presentation will describe the Life Cycle Tower ONE (LCT ONE), an eight-story wood office building recently built in Austria. LCT ONE was the culmination of a research project that resulted in a system for building timber high-rises up to 30 stories. It is a solution that addresses climate change in the design and construction industry, beginning with the choice of a natural, renewable resource to replace steel, concrete and other fossil fuel-intensive materials. Topics will include the motivation, research and product development that preceded the construction of LCT ONE, as well as production of the floor and wall components and erection of the building envelope in just eight days.

Based in California and Austria, Nabih Tahan, AIA, specializes in energy-efficient design and timber construction. In 1992, he moved from Berkeley to Austria, where he was introduced to European energy efficiency and sustainable construction methods. He returned to the US in 2005 and introduced the Passive House Standard to California by retrofitting his home. Mr. Tahan has now joined the CREE team, and is helping this general contracting firm to adapt its timber based “system approach” method to the design and construction of schools, office buildings and residential projects in North America.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Case Study – Centre Pompidou-Metz

Andrew Lawrence, Arup

This case study presentation will

focus on recent landmark projects in Europe, including the new Metz Pompidou designed in conjunction with Shigeru Ban and the Serpentine Pavilion with Alvaro Siza. Through examples, Lawrence will demonstrate that, because timber is easy to work with, the introduction of modern fabrication techniques has given building designers the ability to create truly unique structures. Topics will include the range of wood species and engineered wood products available, their manufacturing processes, and how the characteristics of each can contribute to innovative and durable structures.

Andrew Lawrence is the leading timber specialist at Arup and a member of the UK timber design code committee. He has appeared on UK Television in Grand Designs and recently co-authored a book to mark the 75-year anniversary of the UK Timber Research and Development Association.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

All-wood and Hybrid Panelized Roof Systems: Cost-effective Roof Solutions

Hoppy Post, Panelized Structures Inc.

Although panelized roof systems are especially popular in industrial building applications on the west coast, they can be used to reduce building costs in retail, commercial and office applications all over the US. Learn why panelized roof systems are so cost effective and how to efficiently design and install them. Other topics will include solutions for structural loading, fire protection and constructability, as well as additional benefits and design resources.

Peter (Hoppy) Post is President of Panelized Structures Inc., which is the largest industrial wood roof construction company in the western US. Having founded Panelized Structures in 1989 to focus on all-wood roof systems, he approached Vulcraft in the early ’90s and developed a hybrid steel/wood roof system that is now used on more than 75% of the flat warehouse/commercial/industrial roofs on the west coast. He is active with the American Institute of Timber Construction, and a founding member of the Roof Erector’s Association.

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

Case Study – First Commercial Project Opens Door for CLT in US

Darryl Byle, PE, CLT Solutions

This case study presentation will showcase the first commercial building in the US constructed with cross laminated timber (CLT)—The Long Hall in Whitefish, Montana. Completed in 2011, this two-story infill project epitomizes many of the benefits of CLT, including speed of installation, the environmental and aesthetic benefits of wood, and energy efficiency. Topics will include the design and construction process, building code challenges and a cost analysis that compared CLT to concrete masonry units.

Darryl Byle, PE, is a registered Professional Engineer and ICC Certified Plans Examiner and Building Inspector with over 30 years of engineering and project management experience. His experience with the design, construction and inspection aspects of projects provides a broad base for design, plan review, project management and inspection. His firm, CLT Solutions, currently focuses on the production, design and construction of cross laminated timber.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Full-scale Shear Wall Tests for Forced Transfer around Openings

Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA

A joint research project of APA – The Engineered Wood Association, University of British Columbia (UBC), and USDA Forest Products Laboratory was initiated in 2009 to examine the variations of walls with code-allowable openings. This presentation shares test results from the full-scale wall configurations (8 feet x 12 feet), which will be used in conjunction with the analytical results

from a computer model developed by UBC to develop rational design methodologies for adoption in US codes and standards.

Karyn Beebe, P.E., LEED AP, is an Engineered Wood Specialist for APA covering the Southwest based out of San Diego, California. Karyn is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of California and is a graduate of Purdue University with a BS in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Structures. She is an active member in several professional organizations including the Structural Engineers Association and US Green Building Council, and serves as Treasurer for the San Diego Area Chapter of International Code Council. Prior to joining APA, Karyn practiced structural engineering in San Diego designing buildings of all types. She also worked for the City of San Diego’s building department performing structural and life safety review of building plans.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Connection Solutions for Wood-frame Structures

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, American Wood Council

One of the biggest “eye openers” for those new to the design of non-residential wood buildings is that designing and detailing the connections is not as complex as imagined. This seminar will feature an overview of common fastener types and the wood connection philosophies relevant to each. Topics will include techniques for designing efficient, durable and structurally safe connections, minimizing environmental effects on wood connections, and available resources.

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, joined the American Wood Council (AWC) in 1992 and currently serves as Vice President of Technology Transfer. Responsibilities at AWC include oversight of technical publications, website, help desk, and other technical media. He is also the Editorial Board Chairman for Wood Design Focus, published by the Forest Products Society, and a member of the editorial board for Structure magazine. Prior to joining AWC, Showalter was Technical Director of the Truss Plate Institute. He is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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

Designing Wood-frame Schools in the Bethel School District

James Hansen, Bethel Public Schools

This presentation will investigate the use of wood framing in Washington State’s Bethel School District, with an emphasis on energy efficiency, building costs and benefits to the local community. It will be delivered by the District’s Director of Construction & Planning, who was instrumental in the development of green building standards for public schools and under whose leadership the District has constructed 10 schools utilizing Washington State Sustainable Protocols.

James Hansen is the Director of Construction & Planning for Bethel Public Schools, the 13th largest school district in the State of Washington, located just south of Tacoma in unincorporated Pierce County. Jim has 38 years experience in public school construction and planning. Mr. Hansen’s work experience has included being a project manager and estimator for private construction firms, project manager with the Alachua Public Schools in Gainesville, Florida, Facilities Planner and Assistant for Support Services with the Puyallup School District in Pierce County Washington. Mr. Hansen was part of a core team of professionals in the State of Washington to help develop green building standards for public schools. Under his leadership Bethel School District has constructed 10 schools utilizing Washington State Sustainable Protocols and has been involved with school projects with a total value exceeding $1 billion dollars.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

2012 N

ational Design Specification for Wood Construction

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, American Wood Council

The National Design Specification (NDS®) for Wood Construction is the dual format Allowable Stress Design (ASD) and Load Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) document referenced in US building codes and used to design wood structures worldwide. In this seminar, In this seminar, participants will learn about changes in the 2012 NDS and Supplement relative to previous editions.

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, joined the American Wood Council (AWC) in 1992 and currently serves as Vice President of Technology Transfer. Responsibilities at AWC include oversight of technical publications, website, help desk, and other technical media. He is also the Editorial Board Chairman for Wood Design Focus, published by the Forest Products Society, and a member of the editorial board for Structure magazine. Prior to joining AWC, Showalter was Technical Director of the Truss Plate Institute. He is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Efficient Use of Wood Framing in Retail Buildings

Archie Landreman, WoodWorks

This presentation examines the advantages of various structural wood products when used in retail buildings, including: wood trusses, wall panels, I-joists, glued laminated timber (glulam), and Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs). These products will be considered from a variety of perspectives, including cost savings, sustainability, labor and time savings, and availability. Specific applications and product differences will be discussed.

Archie Landreman is a technical director for WoodWorks and manages the National Accounts Program. Active in the wood and structural building component industry since 1970, he has held various sales and sales management positions related to wood truss and engineered wood products. In particular, he has extensive experience with lumber, structural wood panels, prefabricated wall panels, wood trusses, engineered wood beams and I-joists. He is a member of numerous organizations, including the American Institute of Architects, Association of Licensed Architects, Construction Specifications Institute, Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin, Structural Building Components Association, Structural Insulated Panel Association, and Forest Products Society.

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

Structural Durability: The Proper Use of Preservative Treated Wood

Tom Milton, WoodWorks

Wood buildings can be highly durable, lasting hundreds of years, provided they are built in a way that minimizes moisture exposure and potential wood deterioration. Preventing deterioration starts by diverting and controlling moisture through proper design using eaves, overhangs, orientation, flashing, spacing, column bases and other details. However, where moisture exposure to structural wood products cannot be prevented, preservative treated wood is required by building codes and must be specified. This presentation discusses how to specify and use preservative treated wood and illustrates relevant design details.

Tom Milton is an industry expert who provides technical assistance and educational programs to design professionals using structural wood products in non-residential and multi-family buildings. Tom’s experience includes three years with APA, where he focused on promotion and training related to engineered wood products, and 25 years as a forest products specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service, where he provided technical assistance and educational programs for the wood products industry. Tom graduated from the University of Minnesota with bachelors and masters degrees in for

estry and wood science. He has lectured on and authored numerous articles on wood-related topics such as utilization, machining, marketing, preservation, selection, construction, and building codes.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Understanding Your Environment: Forests, Trees and Responsible Wood Products

Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

This presentation will address key questions about forests, forestry and wood products. What makes a forest ecosystem? What is responsible forest management? What kind of forests do we have in the US? Topics discussed will help connect what happens in our forests to the use of responsible wood products and green building programs.

Currently the 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, Kathryn’s 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, and has been a leader within the forestry community in the Upper Midwest through her service as Chair of the Minnesota Society of American Foresters, appointment to the Minnesota Forest Resources Council, and participation on various boards and committees. Kathryn has a BS in Forest Resources from the University of Minnesota, College of Natural Resources.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Structural Wood-to-wood Fasteners

Brent Kreutzer, FastenMaster

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.

Brent Kreutzer has been with FastenMaster for 10 years. As the National Accounts / International Manager, he is responsible for the sales and training of major accounts domestically and internationally. He regularly addresses the benefits of Structural Wood Screws with professional contractors, code officials, engineers and major retailers. Currently, Brent is focused on driving awareness of Structural fasteners in the New Home Construction market. He holds a BS in Education and History from Montclair State University and has been with FastenMaster since the start of his career.

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

The Future of Structural Insulated Panels as a Commercial Building Envelope

Travis L. Santi, Vantem Panels

This presentation will focus on the growing acceptance and use of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) in non-residential buildings. Starting with an overview of the events that led to the current popularity of SIPs, Al will provide examples of their successful use in commercial projects, as well as information on their proper design and specification, the need for a systems approach, and the services required to make them effective.

Travis L. Santi is the Construction Design Manager for Vantem Panels, where he has designed

SIPs for the past six years. Well versed in the scheduling, management, purchasing and design of SIPs projects, he also has expertise as a CAD/CAM technician and product/process engineer, and a strong foundation both in environmental stewardship and general construction techniques. Travis has a BS in Construction Technology from Texas State University.

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Introduction to Post-frame Construction, Buildings and Design

Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

This presentation will focus on post-frame building systems in comparison to other wood-frame construction types. Topics will include: unique features that make post-frame systems a cost and energy-efficient option with great flexibility in architectural detailing, the two primary structural design approaches, embedded post foundations, structural diaphragms and shear walls for lateral load distribution, structural integrity and longevity, code compliance issues and preservative treatment for embedded wood posts. The flexibility of post-frame applications will also be illustrated with examples from a range of projects.

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 1:10 PM

Architectural Casework

Greg Lutz, Architectural WoodWork Institute

This presentation provides design professionals with an understanding of the casework requirements as published in the Architectural Woodwork Standards, Edition One (AWS). Attendees will learn how to navigate the AWS and better understand the differences in premium grade vs. custom grade casework that allow for balanced cost-to-benefit decisions in contract documents. At the conclusion, attendees will have gained a solid overview of custom architectural casework and what to expect in finished products.

Greg Lutz is a Founding Partner and Vice President of Lutz Woodworks, a Wylie, TX-based firm specializing in commercial and institutional casework, as well as commercial architectural woodwork. Focused primarily on the Texas market, Lutz Woodworks has also undertaken projects from New Mexico through the south and central states, to the East Coast. Mr. Lutz chairs AWI’s Marketing and Membership Committee and is a member of the Speakers Bureau Committee. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Texas Chapter and was President of the Texas Chapter for two years. He is also a Board Member for a Texas Water Special Utility District and active in his community.

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:45 PM

Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar

Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

This presentation will include information basic to lumber and forest products while emphasizing the particular characteristics of Western Red Cedar, its benefits and use in sustainable design. Topics will include Western Red Cedar lumber grades, installation and finishing, as well as forest certification and why wood from North American forests is the most appropriate choice for a truly sustainable design.

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 three 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 educ

ation 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 3:55 PM

Using Software to Design Multi-story Wood Buildings

Amber Freund, PE, RISA Technologies

See how engineering software can be used to design multi-story buildings featuring wood walls, wood diaphragms, glued laminated timber (glulam), and dimension lumber. Learn how wind and seismic loads are automatically generated and applied to the structure, and how finite element analysis offers improved accuracy over conventional hand calculation methods. A special emphasis will be placed on the design of an entire building for both strength and serviceability requirements.

Amber joined RISA Technologies in 2005 and is responsible for sales, training and marketing as well as the planning of new products and features. Prior to joining RISA Technologies, she was a design engineer for Hope Engineering, a commercial design firm in San Diego. Amber has designed and modeled a number of structures ranging from steel-framed pharmaceutical buildings to a podium building in downtown San Diego. She has a BS in Architectural Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and an MS in Civil Engineering (Structural) from the University of California, Irvine.

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MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Materials Matter: Design Trends for a Sustainable Future (coming soon)

Cheryl Ciecko, AIA, ALA, LEED AP, WoodWorks

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

Using a Wood Podium in Mixed-use Design: An Architectural Case Study

Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Case Study – Podium Designs and Mixed-use Mid-rise Structures

Matthew S. Church, PE, Davis & Church, LLC

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Adventures in Engineering – Designing the Iconic Metropol Parasol

Jan-Peter Koppitz, Dipl-Ing, Eur Ing, MIstructE CEng, Ove Arup & Partners

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

LCT ONE – Case Study of an Eight-story Wood Office Building

Nabih Tahan, AIA, CREE

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Case Study – Centre Pompidou-Metz

Andrew Lawrence, Arup

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

All-wood and Hybrid Panelized Roof Systems: Cost-effective Roof Solutions

Hoppy Post, Panelized Structures Inc.

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

Case Study – First Commercial Project Opens Door for CLT in US

Da

rryl Byle, PE, CLT Solutions

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Full-scale Shear Wall Tests for Forced Transfer around Openings

Karyn Beebe, PE, LEED AP, APA

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Connection Solutions for Wood-frame Structures

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, American Wood Council

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

Designing Wood-frame Schools in the Bethel School District

James Hansen, Bethel Public Schools

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

2012 National Design Specification for Wood Construction

John ‘Buddy’ Showalter, PE, American Wood Council

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Efficient Use of Wood Framing in Retail Buildings

Archie Landreman, WoodWorks

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

Structural Durability: The Proper Use of Preservative Treated Wood

Tom Milton, WoodWorks

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Understanding Your Environment: Forests, Trees and Responsible Wood Products

Kathryn Fernholz, Dovetail Partners, Inc.

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Structural Wood-to-wood Fasteners

Brent Kreutzer, FastenMaster

MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

The Future of Structural Insulated Panels as a Commercial Building Envelope (coming soon)

Travis L. Santi, Vantem Panels

MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Introduction to Post-frame Construction, Buildings and Design

Dr. Harvey Manbeck, PE, National Frame Building Association

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:10 PM

Architectural Casework

Greg Lutz, Architectural WoodWork Institute

AFTERNOON SESSION 2:45 PM

Sustainable Designs: Western Red Cedar (coming soon)

Steve From, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

AFTERNOON SESSION 3:55 PM

Using Software to Design Multi-story Wood Buildings

Amber Freund, PE, RISA Technologies

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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.

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Date:
2 October 2012
Cost:
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Venue

Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
200 East Market Street
San Antonio, TX 78205 United States
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WoodWorks offers a wide range of in-person and online training opportunities, from Wood Design Symposiums that include concurrent seminars and a trade show, to half-day workshops, lunchtime seminars and webinars.