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2017 Northwest Wood Solutions Fair

Date:
April 25 2017
Time:
8:00am-5:00pm
Venue:
Washington State 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 LUs (HSW) or PDH credits (one per attended seminar).  AIA/CES forms and professional development certificates will be available on site.

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

SEMINARS AND SPEAKERS

ROOM 1 – Structural

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Timber-Frame Design: Structural Timber as an Architectural Feature

Jim DeStefano, PE, 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 9:45 AM • AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

Timber-Concrete Composite Floor Technology: Research, Design and Implementation

Peggi Clouston, PEng, MASc, PhD, University of Massachusetts

Timber-concrete composite floor technology is catching on in North America as a high-performance solution for long spans in commercial and industrial buildings. Comprised of timber beams or panels that are joined to a concrete slab by shear connectors, the resulting composite floor can be stiffer and stronger than non-composite alternatives. This presentation will provide an overview of the evolution of shear connectors for these floor systems, discuss best practices and design guidelines for some of the more prevalent connectors, and present a case study of the new Design Building at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, which features what is currently North America’s largest application of this technology.

Peggi Clouston has been working in the field of structural wood design and engineering for over 25 years. As an Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts (UMass), she teaches structural timber design, bio-based building composites and material mechanics/tectonics for architects, engineers and construction technologists. She also conducts research on the structural behavior and efficient use of sustainable, bio-based composite materials, and has authored more than 60 publications. Current topics include timber-concrete composite systems, laminated veneer bamboo connections, innovative timber design, and computational modeling of structural bio-based composites. Dr. Clouston has been a registered professional engineer (APEGBC) since 1992 and Associate Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers since 2001. She serves on numerous national review panels and committees and is founder and coordinator of the UMass Wood Structure.

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

Connection Design Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures

Jared S. Hensley, 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.

An expert in residential and commercial design, Jared spent eight years as a Professional Engineer in Colorado, Wyoming and Washington before joining APA as an Engineered Wood Specialist in the Pacific Northwest. His design and construction management experience includes structural design of new and renovated buildings incorporating steel, masonry, timber and concrete, and consulting related to structural design and rough framing inspection for large residential builders. Jared holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in structural design from the University of Wyoming.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 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 TFEC and has served as a Director of the NCSEA, TFBC, and SIPA. Jim is also past-chairman of the Structure magazine editorial board.

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ROOM 2 – Mid-Rise Architectural

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

Code Compliant Fire Resistance Design for Wood Construction

Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, SECB, 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.

Michelle Kam-Biron is a California licensed structural engineer and Senior Director of Education for the American Wood Council (AWC) where she oversees and develops continuing educational resources related to structural wood for architects, engineers, and code officials. She has authored several articles and white papers related to wood construction and has over 20 years of experience managing, designing and plan reviewing a wide range of projects of various structural materials. Ms. Kam-Biron graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Architectural Engineering, is a certified Earthquake Disaster Assessment volunteer and a member of the International Code Council. She also volunteers her time on the NCSEA Basic Wood Education and CALBO Structural Safety Committees, is Chair of ASCE-SEI Wood Education Committee, SEAOC Director and a SEAOSC Past-President.

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

Design Considerations for Multi-Story Podium Projects

Tim Smith, Togawa Smith Martin Inc.

Updates to the International Building Code have created opportunities for designers and developers to add value to their mixed-use and multi-family projects by increasing potential scale and density. This presentation will introduce new code language that allows more than one story of above-ground podium with up to five stories of wood-frame construction above. Using built project examples, the discussion will include impacts on design, building layout, methods for dealing with height challenges and open space utilization.

Tim Smith is one of the founding principals of Togawa Smith Martin (TSM). With more than 40 years of experience in wood-frame construction, he has overseen the construction of more than 25,000 residential units and 3,000 beds of student housing. Under his guidance, TSM designed the first five-story wood-frame building in California, and was the first firm in Southern California to design multi-level podiums under five levels of wood framing.

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

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

Nate Wittasek, PE, CFEI, LEED AP, 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.

Nate has 20 years of experience working in the fire protection engineering, code consulting and failure analysis arenas. His expertise covers fire and life safety principles, scientific method, building and fire codes, federal and state accessibility requirements, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and Occupational Safety & Health Association standards, forensic investigation of fire cause and origin, and system failure analysis. In 2009, Nate was a winner of Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s 40 under 40 for his innovative engineering contributions in North America and abroad. He is a registered fire protection engineer and an active member of the NFPA, National Association of Fire Investigators, and Society of Fire Protection Engineers.

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ROOM 3 – Sustainability & Exposed Wood

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

The Role of Forests in the Evergreen State

Aaron Everett, Washington State Department of Natural Resources

From the Pacific Ocean, across the crest of the Cascade Mountains and into the dry interior, over half of Washington State’s total land is forested. Forests are more than a landscape—they are important socially, environmentally and economically—and symptoms of poor forest health are not isolated to the ecology and wildlife that live within their borders. This presentation will examine current threats facing regional forests and holistic approaches to their resolution. Discussion will include the complexity of managing such a vital natural resource, and the role urban centers can play in the improvement of environmental and social conditions.

Aaron Everett is a forester with roots in the concrete jungle. Escaping to the outdoors was special for a kid from greater Detroit and, combined with a sense of adventure, led him to enroll in forestry school at Michigan Tech University. Many join the forestry profession to enjoy the solitude of the woods, but Aaron has spent almost his entire career at the intersection of public issues around forestry—policy, politics and people. He is now Washington State Forester and Policy Director at the Department of Natural Resources, a 1,500-employee agency with broad land management, regulatory, geology, and wildfire protection responsibilities across millions of acres.

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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, glue-laminated timber and cross laminated timber) 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 teams for the two US Tall Wood Building Prize Competition winners, Framework in Portland, Oregon and 475 W18th Street, in New York.

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MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Mass Timber – The Next Generation of Wood Construction

Tom Williamson, PE, FASCE, F.SEI, Timber Engineering LLC

This presentation provides an overview of two products at the heart of the modern mass timber revolution: glued-laminated timber (glulam) and cross-laminated timber (CLT). Advantages and unique design considerations associated with these products will be covered, including specification, code compliance, connections, fire resistance and structural design. Modern glulam and CLT applications in North America will be reviewed using project examples. The potential for expanded applications, including larger and taller mass timber buildings, will also be highlighted in the context of current research, testing, and code and standard development processes.

Tom Williamson is a registered professional engineer with over 45 years of experience related to the design of wood-frame structures. He is the Managing Partner of Timber Engineering LLC, is the retired Vice President for Quality Assurance and Engineering for APA, and past-Executive Vice President of the American Institute of Timber Construction. He also spent 15 years in private practice, during which time he was involved in the design of over 500 wood-frame commercial building structures. He is the Editor-in-Chief of two McGraw Hill Handbooks related to the design of wood-frame structures and Chair of the ANSI CLT Standard Committee. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) and received the SEI Dennis Tewksbury Award.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Innovating for Sustainability: Building for the Future

Gene Duvernoy, Forterra

The economy and population of greater Seattle are growing rapidly as many discover the exceptional quality of life in the region. How society chooses to accommodate that growth—how we build—will have an outsized impact on our ability to ensure a sustainable future and vibrant economy both for bustling cities and rural towns. Learn about local efforts, such as the commitment for CLT elementary classroom modules in five Washington school districts, that are catalyzing a market for mass timber products in the Pacific Northwest.

Gene has spent more than 30 years working on land conservation and building community issues. Since founding Forterra in 1989 in his attic, he’s led the organization to national prominence by creating bold, innovative and successful programs that improve the quality of life for Washington residents. Prior to launching Forterra, Gene’s career included positions in government, research, public policy and the law. His education includes Cornell University Law School (JD, 1978); the Cornell University School of Business and Public Administration (MBA with Distinction, 1977) and Carnegie-Mellon University (BS in Civil Engineering and Public Affairs, 1974). He serves on numerous national, state, and regional boards, and received the 2004 Jim Ellis Regional Leader Award from the Municipal League of King County.

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ROOM 4 – Mass Timber

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

Common Ground High School: Mass Timber Lessons

Alan Organschi, Gray Organschi Architecture

The new science and art building at Common Ground High School in New Haven, CT leverages the material properties, structural capacities, and ecological benefits of wood. A charter high school focusing on environmental studies, Common Ground is one of the first educational buildings in the US to use cross-laminated timber (CLT) in its primary structure. CLT panels act as the tension surface (and ceiling finish) in a system of prefabricated stressed-skin assemblies that span the upper classrooms and circulation spaces. Vertical CLT panels form bearing and shear walls throughout the building while glued-laminated timber rafters and heavy timber trusses span its large ground floor multi-purpose space. This presentation explores the ways in which new uses of wood and new techniques of carbon accounting in individual projects might be applied more broadly to address exploding demand for new buildings and infrastructure for a rapidly urbanizing global population.

Alan Organschi is a partner at Gray Organschi Architecture, a firm recognized internationally for its work in architectural design and environmental research. He also the founder of JIG Design Build, which engages in the research, prototyping, fabrication, and installation of building components and systems, and a faculty member at the Yale School of Architecture. In 2012, Mr. Organschi and his partner Elizabeth Gray were honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters with an American Academy Award in Architecture. In 2014–15, he served as a member of the USDA US Tall Wood Building Prize Competition assessment team. Today, with support from the Hines Fund for Advanced Sustainability Research in Architecture at Yale, he directs the interdisciplinary research initiative Timber City, which examines potentially regenerative supply chains linking sustainable forest management and dense urban development of housing and infrastructure in wood.

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

Building the T3 Minneapolis Office: Seven Stories of Success

Lucas Epp, BASc, StructureCraft Builders

One response to the growing cultural demand for local authenticity, sustainability and social connectivity in urban office environments is the T3 (Timber, Transit and Technology) Minneapolis project—a seven-story office building with six stories of mass timber, located in the Minneapolis warehouse district. Presented by the timber specialists responsible for such iconic structures as the Richmond Olympic Oval and Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, this presentation explores the structural efficiency, cost effectiveness and aesthetic potential of mass timber systems and introduces the use of nail-laminated timber. The T3 project demonstrates how quickly timber structures can be erected with component prefabrication and careful engineering of connections.

Lucas leads the engineering department at StructureCraft. After graduating from the University of British Columbia, he spent several years working for StructureCraft, where he was responsible for modelling large-scale timber projects such as the iconic roof structure of the Richmond Olympic Oval. Following a desire to work abroad, he moved to the United Kingdom, where he designed projects that included cable nets for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremonies and a 300-meter (984-foot) tower in Kuwait. He then moved to New Zealand, where he worked on several seismically challenging projects prior to returning to Canada. Lucas’s expertise with complex geometry and challenging structures has led him to be involved in projects where the close interaction of architecture and structure is critical to success.

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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 nail-laminated timber (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 – National Partners

MORNING SESSION 8:00 AM

Western Red Cedar: Distinctive, Sustainable Design

Paul Mackie, 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).

Paul Mackie is the Western Area Manager for the WRCLA. Known as “Mr. Cedar,” he is a fourth-generation lumberman and one of North America’s foremost authorities on Western Red Cedar as a building material.

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MORNING SESSION 9:45 AM

Cross-Laminated Timber: Bridging the Designer-Manufacturer Gap

Allison Standiford, SmartLam

This presentation is intended for building designers interested in the use of cross-laminated timber (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).

Allison is the Senior Project Manager for SmartLam Architectural CLT product lines. A native of Richmond, Virginia, she relocated to Montana in 2005 after a short family visit introduced her to the grandeur of Big Sky Country. Allison comes to SmartLam from northcentral Montana where she is a major shareholder in an energy exploration and production (E&P) company. In her time there, she contributed to all aspects of the E&P business including contract negotiation, financial management, field maintenance and management of projects in excess of $1 million. Allison received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Carroll College.

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MORNING SESSION 11:00 AM

Mid-Rise Engineering Considerations for Engineered Wood Products

Jeff Olson, PE, PEng, SECB, 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.

Jeff is currently the Engineered Wood Technical Services Manager for Boise Cascade and is a licensed Professional Engineer in eight western states and five Canadian provinces/territories. He has over 22 years of experience in the engineered wood industry, including technical services, literature development and product testing. He is a member of the American Wood Council Structural Subcommittee, APA Technical Advisory Committee and ASTM. Jeff received a BS and MS in Civil Engineering from Washington State University.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:20 PM

Wood-Frame Exterior Walls in Type III Construction

Renee Strand, PE, Weyerhaeuser

With the trend toward increased density, more designers are choosing Type III Construction in order to achieve greater heights and areas for their mid-rise wood-frame projects. This presentation will review 2015 International Building Code provisions for wood-frame exterior walls in Type III buildings as compared to Type V. Discussion will include how to maintain the intent of the code at wall-to-floor intersections in scenarios that include wood-frame walls and engineered wood floors. Details illustrating the importance of correct rim specification when using platform framing and for semi-balloon-frame walls will also be provided.

Renee is a Senior Engineer and Western Engineering Manager for Weyerhaeuser and located in Sacramento, California. She has 32 years of experience supporting engineered wood products used in residential and commercial applications.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:50 PM

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

Rich Geary, 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.

Rich is the president of Richard W. Geary & Associates, Inc. and represents Hoover Treated Wood Products as a marketing consultant. He has over 45 years of experience in the forest products and softwood lumber industry. A graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Forestry, he has served industry in the Midwest, Rocky Mountain West, and is currently based in Southern California. He is a member of the International Code Council at a national level, as well as its Los Angeles Basin, Orange Empire and San Diego Area Chapters. Rich is a past member of the Minnesota State Building Code Technical Advisory Committee and the Colorado Housing Authority.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 4:00 PM

Code-Compliant Exterior Systems for Wood-Frame Building Envelopes

Tim Farrell, 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.

Tim is a Business Development Manager for Huber Engineered Woods, maker of flooring, roof sheathing and wall sheathing for single-family, multi-family and light commercial projects. Tim has over 15 years of experience in the construction industry, and specializes in building envelope design, sustainable construction, and moisture management. At Huber, he focuses on increasing the quality of construction and sustainability, and reducing the risk of construction defects that may lead to costly callbacks. Tim has a bachelor’s degree in business from Eastern Illinois University.

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Washington State Convention Center (WSCC)
800 Convention Place
Seattle, WA 98101

Parking, Metro and Directions: http://www.wscc.com/parking-directions
Parking at the WSCC is approximately  — $19.00 per day (8-10 hours)

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Attendees can earn up to 6 AIA/CES LUs (HSW) 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:
Jaime Krohn, CMP, National Event Manager
Email: Ph: 312-841-8272

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