Using Wood for Sustainable Design + Construction

Read this special report on wood construction and earn 1 AIA/CES learning unit!

February 01, 2008 |

Summary: Wood has long been considered an environmentally friendly resource. Today, even more focus is being placed on the recycling and renewability aspects of wood, as well as the use of certified forest land. This report compares the environmental merits of wood and discusses sustainable design considerations for wood structures, envelopes, and finishes. 

Note: This special AIA/CES class has been moved to BD+C's new continuing education website at http://www.bdcuniversity.com/using-wood-sustainable-design-construction?courseid=569  (one-time registration required)

 

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