Mile-High Mass Timber: Exploring New Possibilities for Wood in Denver
March 31, 2020 – 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Denver, CODenver, CO$35
The City of Denver recently voted to adopt the 2019 Denver Building Code, which includes the tall mass timber code provisions approved for the 2021 International Building Code. This workshop is for developers, design teams and contractors who want to better understand the new provisions and explore the use of mass timber in their projects. In addition to code requirements associated with three new Type IV construction sub-types, discussion will focus on aspects of design, engineering and construction that contribute to a smooth process and successful project—such as gravity and lateral systems, structural grid spacing, and construction strategies. We’ll also give a behind-the-scenes look at a new nine-story mass timber project under construction in Ohio known as INTRO, Cleveland.
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David Hanley, WoodWorks
David is the WoodWorks Regional director for Colorado and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Before joining WoodWorks, he held various positions involving the design and analysis of structures, both for an engineering consulting firm and government entities such as cities and the Armed Forces. David’s experience includes preparation of calculation packages, design details, site layout, and project management. Most recently, he worked in the engineering software industry.
Greg Kingsley, PhD, PE, KL&A Engineers and Builders
Greg is the president and CEO of KL&A Engineers and Builders in Golden, Colorado, a firm of 95 that includes structural engineers, detailers, and construction managers. He enjoys working on innovative wood structures of all kinds, but especially in mass timber.
Ankit Sanghvi, DBIA, LEED-AP, PCL Construction Services, Inc.
Ankit is a Preconstruction Manager with PCL Construction’s Denver office where he is responsible for leading pursuits, preconstruction, and design management efforts for projects within the higher education, office, commercial mixed-use, resort/hospitality, and institutional market sectors. Ankit has worked on multiple mass timber projects, helps guide PCL’s national market outreach in the mass timber market, and is a frequent speaker on mass timber at conferences around the country.
John Mitchell, LEED AP BD+C
Since joining HPA in 2004, John Mitchell has distinguished himself as a design leader skilled in managing the challenges of complex mixed-use construction. An effective project manager and clear communicator, he has led the design team for some of the firm’s most substantial commissions, including the Graduate Hotel Nashville, 811 Uptown, and 1225 Old Town—named Development of the Year at the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards. John is a key member of HPA’s Technical Services Committee, which advances best practices and facilitates professional development initiatives. An expert in building envelope systems, he organizes comprehensive drawing reviews to promote high quality deliverables.
On-site Check-in: 7:30 am
Program Begins: 8:00 am
Program Concludes: 12:30 pm
Maggiano’s Little Italy
500 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202
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Parking: Denver Pavilions Parking. Entrance 15th & Welton. No validation
Attendees will qualify for 3.5 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 3.5 PDH credits or 0.35 ICC credits.
For questions or additional information, please contact:
Mary Schramka, Event Manager
Refunds up to 7 days before event
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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.