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Mass Timber Structural Design: Engineering Modern Timber Structures

Price: $275.00
volume discount
Member Price: $220.00
volume discount
Member Savings: $55.00
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Date:
12/12/2019 11:00 AM PST
Duration:
120.00 Hours
Location:
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December 12, 2019; 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Pacific Time
Ricky McLain, P.E., S.E.

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, forward-thinking owners and those pursuing tall wood buildings. This presentation will provide a detailed look at the structural design processes associated with a variety of mass timber products, including glued-laminated timber (glulam), cross-laminated timber (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 mass timber floor panel vibration criteria, composite timber-concrete composite slab systems, connection options and design considerations, and detailing and construction best practices. Mass timber framing components are often left exposed to act as a finish while taking advantage of their aesthetics. As such, they are often required to provide a fire-resistance rating while maintaining structural integrity in the event of a fire. This session will also discuss structural design of mass timber elements under fire conditions.

Speaker Bio

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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