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Texas Wood Design Symposium

April 18, 2019 – 8:30 am - 4:45 pm

 

Dallas, TXDallas, TX

$100

A Wood Design Symposium is a multi-faceted educational event on the use of wood in commercial and multi-family buildings.

Attendees can earn up to 5.5 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 5.5 PDH credits, or 0.55 ICC credits (one per attended seminar). Professional Development Certificates (AIA/CES and ICC) will be available on site.

Cost: $100
Price includes lunch and evening reception 

Onsite Check-in Begins: 7:30 am
Opening Plenary Session: 8:30 am
Symposium Concludes: 4:45
Exhibit Area Open: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Reception: 4:45 – 6:00 pm

Join us for a reception immediately following the symposium including beverages and light appetizers.

SEMINARS AND SPEAKERS

OPENING PLENARY SESSION 8:30 AM

Progressive Wood Construction:  The Evolution from Low-Rise to Tall Wood

Mark Bartlett, PE, WoodWorks

As a structural building material, wood has been a staple in the US for hundreds of years. However, recent decades have seen a dramatic change in the type and scale of wood projects. As codes have evolved due to recognition of the fire and life safety, structural, and resilient capabilities of wood-construction, new doors have opened that allow larger and taller wood buildings. Concurrently, advances in the technology behind the production of wood products and components have led to the introduction and increased use of off-site construction and mass timber. This opening plenary will take attendees through the progression of wood construction—from light-frame low-rise, to mid-rise, to mass timber and tall wood. With an emphasis on design topics and code provisions applicable to all of these building scales, this session will set the stage for the in-depth technical talks taking place throughout the day.

Mark received his BS in Civil Engineering with a specialty in structures from Lehigh University, and has worked as an engineer in many capacities. He spent 11 years as a practicing structural engineer, eight years as a field engineer with Simpson Strong-Tie and six years in business development for a structural engineering firm. His primary experience includes structural calculations, design, construction document preparation, construction administration for new and existing commercial buildings, and post-installed anchorage to concrete. His structural engineering project experience includes residential, retail, hospitality, education, aviation, churches, and movie theaters. Mark is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Texas and Oklahoma.

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ROOM 1 – Mass Timber Project Applications

MORNING SESSION 9:15 AM

Austin’s 1st CLT Building: Designing Class A Office Space with Modernity and Character

Bart Whatley, AIA, Delineate Studio and Michael A Dupras, PE, LEED® Green Associate, DCI Engineers

901 E 6th Street in Austin is a unique 5-story project—and the first in Austin to utilize cross-laminated timber (CLT). Creating Class A Office space in a neighborhood as special as East Austin requires integration of modernity and character, progression and heritage, and CLT helped to accomplish these goals. Features of the 129,444-sf building include highly efficient floor plates, 14-ft floor-to-ceiling heights with 9-ft and taller windows offering unobstructed views of downtown, outdoor terraces and other functional common areas, secured lobby, bike storage, and underground parking. This presentation by the project architect will discuss the design decisions that led to the use of CLT, and the lessons learned along the way—from building official interaction, to design and detailing strategies for a steel/CLT hybrid structure, to construction administration, and more.

Bart has over 25 years of experience in architecture and urban design. With a master’s degree in architecture, he started his career with higher education, corporate and adaptive re-use projects. He also has hospitality experience, having served as project design lead on a number of projects in the Lake Tahoe area. While practicing in Austin, Bart has been a project architect on some of the first mixed-use projects to be developed in the East Side area of Austin, and has developed a practice focused on urban infill, hospitality, and office. His community involvement includes membership on the Central Austin Combined Neighborhood Plan Contact Team and City of Austin Design Commission.

Michael is an Associate with DCI Engineers in Austin and a licensed professional engineer in Texas and Washington. He has built a diverse design portfolio of projects in various market sectors—including office, mixed-use, residential (multi-family and high-rise), hospitality, and higher education—and has managed projects in over a dozen states. Michael leads the sustainability effort for DCI and is a strong advocate for mass timber as a sustainable alternative to traditional steel and concrete structures. Prior to becoming a structural engineer, he proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. Michael is a graduate of Boise State University.

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MORNING SESSION 10:45 AM

Mass Timber Enables Beauty, Warmth and Functional Design in The Soto

Hunter Kingman, Hixon Properties Inc., Mike Smith, AIA, BOKA Powell and  Todd Wascher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Lake|Flato

At six stories and 140,000 square feet, The Soto is a model of sustainable design. Developed by Hixon Properties, it is the first phase of an 8.5-acre mixed-use area in San Antonio that will include food and beverage, entertainment, office, apartment, and retail. The primary design direction was to provide a unique and beautiful workplace that appeals to tenants, is highly flexible, and incorporates technologies that make the building operationally efficient and sustainable. Mass timber helped achieve many of these objectives. In this presentation, the architect and developer will share valuable insights and lessons learned from the design and permitting phases of this under construction project. The Soto, Spanish for a grove of trees or small forest, represents the building’s material origin and its location a stone’s throw from the San Antonio River.

Hunter Kingman is a Development Manager with Hixon Properties where he focuses on urban infill projects of various types. Hixon has been one of the most active developers in downtown San Antonio for the last 30 years, with The Westin – Riverwalk, Hotel Contessa, and The River House Apartments some of its more noteworthy projects. Prior to working for Hixon, Hunter worked for Trinity Works, a boutique development firm, and as an engineer with Pape-Dawson Engineers. Hunter received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia and a Master of Business Administration from the UT’s University of Texas’ McCombs School of Business.

Mike holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Texas and is a registered architect in Texas and Arizona. With over 45 years of experience, Mike acknowledges that beautifully-designed, well-built architecture is the result of extensive collaboration and works diligently to help guide and facilitate the contributions made by all members of the design team. Over the course of his career, Mike has contributed to a variety of civic landmarks, such as the award-winning Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, as well as successful urban infill projects like Lamar Union. Most recently, Mike was among winners of the Austin AIA Tiny Victories competition to aid the chronically homeless in Austin.

Todd Wascher’s designs foster meaningful and lasting relationships between building occupants and the natural environment, demonstrating excellence in the art of building, the science of sustainability and love for the natural landscape. An Associate Partner at Lake|Flato, Todd has over a decade of experience with commercial development and master planning. His projects have included the renowned Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Master Plan, which was recognized with a Global Charter Award for Urban Design by the Congress for New Urbanism, a master plan and expansion for the Witte Museum, and the new Magdelana Boutique Hotel. A native San Antonian, Todd is an active member of the AIA San Antonio Urban Design Committee and serves on the Program Committee of the Urban Land Institute.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:00 PM

A New Path Forward for Tall Wood Construction: Code Provisions and Design Steps

Paul Coats, PE, CBO, American Wood Council and Ricky McLain, PE, SE, WoodWorks

We are at an exciting confluence in timber construction. The need for sustainable, urban construction has never been higher. Concurrently, mass timber products such as CLT have opened the door to many new opportunities for construction, one of which is tall wood. In January 2019, the International Code Council (ICC) approved a set of proposals to allow tall wood buildings of up to 18 stories as part of the 2021 International Building Code (IBC). This presentation will introduce the new tall wood code provisions in depth. Starting with a review of the technical research and testing that supported their adoption, it will then take a detailed look at the new code provisions and methods of addressing the new requirements. Topics will include fire-resistance ratings and allowances for exposed timber, penetrations, sprinklers, connections, exterior walls and much more. Designers can expect to take away the knowledge they need to start exploring tall wood designs on their projects.

Paul is the Southeast Regional Manager for the American Wood Council (AWC), 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 ICC.

Ricky is a licensed Structural Engineer and Professional Engineer in the states of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, and a Senior Technical Director of Project Resources and Solutions for WoodWorks. He has extensive experience in lead engineer roles related to the structural design, project management and construction administration of new single-family, multi-family, municipal, industrial, and mixed-used buildings. Before joining WoodWorks, Ricky was a Senior Structural Engineer, working on projects in the Northeast from Maine to Maryland. He is Executive Director of the Structural Engineers Association of Vermont and a member of the ASCE Structural Wind Engineering Committee, SEI Blast Protection of Buildings Standards Committee, and NIBS Offsite Construction Council Board. Ricky received a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine and an MS in Structural Engineering from Norwich University.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 PM

University of Arkansas Mass Timber Residence Halls: Design and Construction Insights

Tom S. Chung, AIA LEED BD+C, Leers Weinzapfel Associates

At over 202,000 square feet, Stadium Drive at the University of Arkansas is the nation’s first large-scale mass timber residence hall project. Framed with CLT floor and roof panels and glued-laminated timber (glulam) columns and beams, the project creates a vibrant new destination with dining, classrooms, maker-spaces, performance spaces, communal spaces, administrative offices, and faculty housing, along with a mix of student semi-suites and pods totaling 708 beds. Presented by the principal who led the mass timber design, this presentation will provide insights gained from the design and construction of this project, including building official review and code approval, inter-disciplinary coordination, shop drawings, construction sequencing and field modifications. This session will equip attendees with the knowledge required to approach the design and construction administration phase of innovative CLT buildings.

Tom Chung is a Principal and design leader at Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects, recipient of an AIA Firm Award in 2007. In over 20 years with the firm, he has been the primary designer for a number of award-winning projects, including the Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital and, most recently, the Design Building at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Born in Seoul, Korea and raised in the US, Tom received his degrees in architecture at the University of Virginia and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. As an educator, Tom has taught design studios at Universities in Boston and currently at Auburn University. As a design critic, he serves on design reviews and design award committees throughout the country.

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ROOM 2 – Fire-Resistance and Envelope Design

MORNING SESSION 9:15 AM

Code-Compliant Fire-Resistance Design for Wood Construction

Paul Coats, PE, CBO, American Wood Council

Determining the proper code application for fire-resistant wood-frame assemblies and exposed wood structural members 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 wood structures. This presentation will include code requirements, compliance options and nuances related to assembly selection for required fire resistance-rated floors/ceilings and roofs/ceilings, interior and exterior walls, fire barriers, fire partitions, and fire walls. Topics will also include distinctions between fire-resistive elements for separation vs. type of construction.

Paul is the Southeast Regional Manager for the AWC, 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 ICC.

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MORNING SESSION 10:45 AM

Correcting Misperceptions of CLT Fire Performance

David Barber, Arup

This presentation aims to answer questions commonly asked about CLT fire performance, including “delamination” and fire-resistance ratings, and how these issues relate to low- and mid-rise buildings within the size limits of the current IBC vs. high-rise buildings. Because CLT is relatively new in the US, designers often have to explain the fire design of their structure in much more detail than is required for typical construction materials, even for code-compliant buildings. This session should equip designers with a better understanding of the code requirements, relevant and applicable CLT design methods, test standards and available testing related to CLT fire performance.

David is a Principal with multi-disciplinary engineering firm Arup, where he specializes in the fire safety of mass timber buildings. For over 20 years, he has assisted with fire testing, helped develop new timber technologies, authored fire safety design guides for construction, and implemented fire safety solutions for mid-rise and high-rise timber buildings. With resurgent interest in mass timber construction, David relocated to Washington to assist Arup in developing a US-based team that works with researchers, architects and developers in the fire safety of timber structures. He is currently working with project teams on mass timber buildings throughout the US and globally.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:00 PM

Passive House for Multi-Family: Achievable Solutions, Effective Results

Mike Fowler, AIA, LEED AP, Mithun

When many building owners, contractors and other design and construction professionals hear the term ‘passive house,’ they think of increased construction costs. However, examples exist to demonstrate that passive house wood-frame multi-family projects can be just as affordable as similar non-passive house projects, while providing enhanced occupant comfort and reducing energy use. Drawing on experiences and insights gained from passive house design and jurisdictional support efforts in the Pacific Northwest, this presentation will explore the perceived value/risk dynamic of passive house, introduce design strategies centered around core principles such as air tightness, thermal bridge-free insulation and ventilation, and highlight examples of cost effectiveness and energy use trends in completed wood-frame, multi-family passive house projects.

Mike Fowler is an architect at Seattle-based Mithun and President of Passive House Northwest. He has served on two Technical Advisory Groups for the Washington State Building Code Council, Energy and Green Building, and chaired the Codes and Planning Policy Committee for AIA Washington Council. In a stint away from architecture, Mike managed the Residential and Multifamily New Construction energy efficiency financial incentive programs at Puget Sound Energy. In 2016, Mike co-founded the Council on Airtightness Performance Excellence with the goal of becoming a regional resource for policy, design, and construction practice.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 PM

Shaft Wall Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures

Ricky McLain, PE, SE, WoodWorks

It is fairly common for light wood-frame commercial and multi-family buildings to include another material for the shaft construction. However, many designers and contractors have come to realize that wood-frame shaft walls are a code-compliant means of reducing cost and shortening construction schedule. In this presentation, detailing for elevator, stair and mechanical shafts will be reviewed along with relevant code provisions. Discussion will focus on fire resistance-rated design parameters, but will also include other architectural and structural considerations related to shaft walls.

Ricky is a licensed Structural Engineer and Professional Engineer in the states of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, and is a Technical Director WoodWorks Project Resources and Solutions Division. He has extensive experience in lead engineer roles related to the structural design, project management and construction administration of new single-family, multi-family, municipal, industrial, and mixed-used buildings. Before joining WoodWorks, Ricky was a Senior Structural Engineer for a New England-based consultant, working on projects in the Northeast from Maine to Maryland. He is Executive Director of the Structural Engineers Association of Vermont and is a member of the ASCE Structural Wind Engineering Committee. Ricky received a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine and an MS in Structural Engineering from Norwich University.

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ROOM 3 – National Partners

MORNING SESSION 9:15 AM

Advancements in Force Transfer around Openings for Wood-Framed Shear Walls

Warren Hamrick, APA – The Engineered Wood Association

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. Test results from the (8′ x 12′) full-scale wall configurations, in conjunction with the analytical results from a computer model developed by UBC, were used to develop and refine rational design methodologies in accordance with the IBC. This presentation provides an update of that research with a focus on asymmetric piers and multiple openings. Rational design methodologies in accordance with the IBC will be shared.

Warren Hamrick is an Engineered Wood Specialist for APA, serving the southeastern
US. In this role, he consults with and conducts workshops for designers, code officials, and other building professionals on best practices for specification, selection, and application of engineered wood products. Warren graduated from North Carolina State University with a bachelor of science in Civil Engineering.  Prior to joining APA, he worked as a project manager for a structural engineering firm specializing in commercial construction.

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MORNING SESSION 10:45 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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AFTERNOON SESSION 1:00 PM

Competitive Mass Timber Office Buildings

StructureCraft Builders

While it is exciting to see enthusiasm for large and tall timber building concepts among building designers, what does it actually take to efficiently engineer and build these structures? How can a mass timber office building be cost-competitive with steel or concrete, while still maintaining elegance and quality? This session will use real projects as a means to explore practical considerations in structural engineering, 3D, manufacturing, logistics and installation. Projects will include the Cavender Office building in San Antonio, Texas, currently under construction, as well as T3 Atlanta, the largest mass timber building completed in the US to date.

StructureCraft Builders is an engineer-led construction firm specializing in mass timber and hybrid-timber structures. Bringing the old-world tradition of master craftsmen to bear on the new-world of high tech construction, the company has been engineering and building efficient, signature structures for architects, owners, and general contractors in North America and Asia for over 20 years. StructureCraft is an industry leader in mass timber and custom architectural structures, answering the pressing need for increased quality and construction efficiency while reducing site erection time and risk.

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 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 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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CLOSING PANEL DISCUSSION 3:45 PM

Telling the Texas Wood Story: Timberlands, Production and Projects

Aaron D. Stottlemyer, PhD, Texas A&M Forest Service, Rob Hughes, Texas Forestry Association, Brant Cobb, Texas CLT, Tom S. Chung, AIA LEED BD+C, Leers Weinzapfel Associates

With nearly 14 million acres of productive, timber-producing forestland, Texas has a tremendous opportunity to leverage growing interest in wood as a low-carbon alternative to traditional construction materials. This panel discussion will explore a number of design and construction topics while connecting the increased use of wood in buildings to the utilization of local forest resources. Panelists representing different aspects of the industry will offer their insights on the current state of forestry, forest products and production, and construction projects in Texas and surrounding states. Discussion will cover relevant initiatives pertaining to forest resource analysis and economic development, timber supply and industry production. Finally, the potential impacts of wood construction on the Texas economy will be examined by considering how forestry, legislation, higher education and infrastructure all factor in.

A Resource Analyst in the Forest Analytics Department, Aaron Stottlemyer’s duties include analyzing Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) data and conducting studies of statewide timber supply, harvesting and utilization, and economic development. Before joining Texas A&M Forest Service, he was on the forestry faculty at Penn State University. Aaron earned doctorate and master’s degrees in forestry at Clemson University, and bachelors and associate degrees in forestry from Penn State University.

Rob Hughes worked through college at wildlife and wildfire jobs then received a BS in Forestry with Wood Science emphasis from SFASU and started working in plywood and lumber mills. After a few years of making products, his career refocused to the forest and worked 20 years in East Texas managing forest health, harvesting, and reforestation. The Texas Forestry Association is a conservation organization with over 3,000 members working for the diverse interests who grow, manage, harvest, and process the forest resource of Texas. Our goal is to represent the men and women in the forest sector by promoting a healthy political and economic climate and to encourage sustainable forest management which provides clean air, clean water, diverse wildlife habitat, and products that enrich all our lives.

Brant Cobb is the Chief Operating Officer of Texas CLT, a forest products company engaged in the manufacturing of CLT panels. A fourth-generation forest products professional, his past work experiences include comptroller, regulatory compliance officer, vice president and president. His is a board member of the Texas Forestry Association and chair of its marketing committee, and past-president of both the Texas Wood Preservers Council and Southern Pressure Treaters Association. Born and raised in Texas, Brant is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University.

Tom Chung is a Principal and design leader at Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects, recipient of an AIA Firm Award in 2007. In over 20 years with the firm, he has been the primary designer for a number of award-winning projects, including the Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital and, most recently, the Design Building at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Born in Seoul, Korea and raised in the US, Tom received his degrees in Architecture at the University of Virginia and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. As an educator, Tom has taught design studios at Universities in Boston and currently at Auburn University. As a design critic, he serves on design reviews and design award committees throughout the country.

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The Westin Galleria Dallas
13340 Dallas Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75240

Parking: Free self-parking on site.

Click here for a map and directions.

Attendees can earn up to 5.5 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 5.5 PDH credits, or 0.55 ICC credits (one per attended seminar). Professional Development Certificates (AIA/CES and ICC) will be available on site.

Click here to access the presentations – available a couple days prior to the event.

For questions please contact:

Mary Schramka, Event Manager
Email: Ph: 708-204-9578

Welcome Exhibitors! 

Thank you for planning to exhibit at the TX Wood Design Symposium on Thursday, April 18, 2019 in Dallas, TX. In addition to a comprehensive program of knowledgeable speakers and technical presentations, the event has been designed to provide you ample face-to-face time with architects, engineers and other building design professionals.

Event Timeline – Thursday, April 18, 2019

Exhibitors set-up The Westin Galleria Dallas (3rd floor) – 6:30 am – 7:30 am
Exhibits open to attendees – 7:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Exhibits first break – 9:00 am – 9:15 am
Exhibits second break – 10:15 am – 10:45 am
Lunch – 11:45 – 1:00 (dessert served in exhibit area)
Exhibits third break – 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Exhibits fourth break – 3:30 pm – 3:45 pm
Reception with Exhibits – 4:45 pm – 6:00 pm
Move out/closing – 6:00 pm

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Venue

The Westin Galleria Dallas
13340 Dallas Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75240

Map & Directions 

Parking at the Westin Galleria:

Free self-parking on site. Valet parking available $28 per day.

 

Hotel

Special Exhibitor Hotel Rate for rooms on 4/17/19 $199 – Deadline – 3/27/19

The Westin Galleria Dallas
13340 Dallas Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75240
Rate: $199 per night plus tax. – deadline 3/27/19
Free parking on site.  Valet parking available $28 

Link to Exhibitor Block: Exhibitor Block Westin Hotel
* Limited availability! Please secure your room reservations as soon as possible.

Booth Personnel Registration

Each member of your exhibit team must complete the online registration form by Friday, April 5, 2019.

Click here to complete the booth personnel registration form.

Exhibitor Services

OFFICIAL SERVICE PROVIDER

Benchmark Expo Services – 817-629-5932 – Email: rebecca@benchmarkexpo.com
12340 East Northwest Hwy
Dallas, TX 75228

SHIPPING INFORMATION

Click here for complete exhibitor Kit including costs and shipping labels

 

Sample shipping label

 

ADVANCE WAREHOUSE SHIPPING

Must arrive between March 18 and April 15

Shipments arriving after April 15 will incur late fees

Discount deadline: April 5, 2019

Advance Warehouse receiving hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

Address:

Advance Freight
Your Company Name & Booth Number
YRC Freight c/o Benchmark Expo / TXWood
12340 East Northwest Hwy
Dallas, TX 75228

DIRECT TO SHOW SITE SHIPPING

Direct shipments to Exhibit Site will only be accepted on Thursday April 18

Questions

Contact Mary Schramka, Event Manager, at or 708-204-9578.

Details

Date:
April 18
Time:
8:30 am - 4:45 pm
Cost:
$100
Event Category:

Venue

The Westin Galleria Dallas
Dallas, TX United States

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.