WoodWorks’ partners – Wood WORKS!, the Canadian Wood Council and FPInnovations – will present the two-day webcast, that will feature 17 presentations by experts from Austria, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. Topics will cover all major aspects relating to CLT panels and assemblies, including architectural and structural design, manufacturing, seismic resistance, connections, fire safety, acoustics, floor vibrations, durability, and environmental performance.
All presentations will be recorded and available on demand for 90 days after the event—along with an opportunity to receive continuing education credits. There is no additional cost to access these recordings, it is included in your symposium webcast registration fee. The fee is $135 prior to June 10 and $185 after June 10.
The symposium is targeted to structural engineers, architects, developers, builders, wood product manufacturers, fastener manufacturers, building authorities, building code consultants, economic development officers, business and products development managers.
Eligible architects will qualify for a maximum of nine AIA/CES LUs or ALA credits.
Engineers and non-member architects will receive a certificate of completion for their participation for a maximum of nine PDH credits.
For more information visit the Woodworks website.