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Themed “Building construction with prefabricated timber and engineered wood,” the Frame Australia 2016 Conference and Exhibition is on Monday 23 May at Melbourne's Park Hyatt. Architects, engineers, developers, builders and others will present on topics including engineered timber and prefabrication.
Now designers can specify diagonally and vertically aligned timber cladding with the same Deemed-to-Satisfy (DTS) simplicity as traditional horizontal applications.
WoodSolutions hosts, participates in and sponsors a wide range of events covering all sectors of the built environment. If you are involved in an event and would like to discuss WoodSolutions' participation, please contact us through this website, or the link at the base of this post.
A soon-to-be completed project in Ontario will be the first of many to take advantage of recent building code changes that encourage timber construction in multi-residential structures.
The Frame Australia 2016 Conference and Exhibition on Monday 23 May at Melbourne's Park Hyatt is themed “Building construction with prefabricated timber and engineered wood.” Architects, engineers, developers, builders and others will present on topics including engineered timber and prefabrication.
Are you passionate about building with wood? Excited by the untapped potential of innovative timber building systems and the recent building code changes? If you have the professional experience and expertise to support your enthusiasm, these could be your dream jobs! Simply click through to the SEEK link at the base of the job description – and yes, we will accept late entries.
The Frame Australia conference plays a pivotal role in bringing together the complete supply chain of engineered timber and prefabrication with the building design and construction sectors, to develop communication and create the potential for future opportunities.
The leading supplier of natural Australian hardwood weatherboards and architectural panels, Weathertex have recently completed a rigorous evaluation from Global GreenTagCERT™ to determine their “green performance”.
Recently approved changes to the National Construction Code (NCC) will come into effect in May 2016. This 12 page mini-magazine presents the story behind the changes and the opinions of some design and construction industry professionals.
The impending changes to the Australian Building Code will simplify the process of building mid-range multi-story buildings with wood as the structural material. However, it is worth looking at similar codes and the changes that have been enacted in other countries in recent years to see their level of success in encouraging wood construction.