Mark Halverson

As Manager of Field Services at APA – The Engineered Wood Association, Mark Halverson oversees a team of engineers, architects, and technical experts throughout North America who provide engineered wood and systems information and recommendations to construction and design professionals. 

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Wood | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | October 26, 2016
Fast-rising designers Ben Kasdan and Blake Jackson offer candid perspectives from both...
Wood | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | October 13, 2016
Designers choose engineered wood to deliver strength, stability, and a sustainable...
Building Materials | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | August 22, 2016
Temporary Expansion Joints in Large Structures
Energy Efficient Roofing | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | July 21, 2016
Not all roof and ceiling assemblies are created equal, especially when it comes to energy...
APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | July 05, 2016
Stronger building components combined with more intentionally constructed connections can...
Schooling the visitor

The large CLT roof overhang is supported in part by 15-foot-tall concrete letters spelling “W-S-U” just outside of the high-ceilinged pavilion.

Wood | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | November 20, 2015
Exposed glulam and other engineered wood products help WSU tell its technology story
Multifamily Housing | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | August 25, 2015
Multifamily housing starts reached 358,000 in 2014, a 16 percent increase over 2013 and...
Glulam provides aesthetic, structural, and safety solution for Appleton Mills project

Exterior of Appleton Mills at night.

Building Materials | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | July 29, 2015
The Appleton Mills complex includes 5 million square feet of space, with an original...
Which Is More Efficient: Wood Walls or Steel and Masonry With Continuous Insulation?
Energy Efficiency | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | June 30, 2015
By nature, wood has nearly four times the thermal resistance of steel or masonry
Exposed glulam framework offers quiet complement to Jackson Hole airport’s mountain backdrop
Wood | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | June 05, 2015
A three-phase expansion and renovation, which began in 2009, nearly doubled the size of...
APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | January 02, 2015
For commercial architects facing increasing pressure to design innovative structures...

Winfield Gate Luxury Townhomes, Houston. Photo: APA

Multifamily Housing | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | December 30, 2014
For commercial architects facing increasing pressure to design innovative structures...

Photo: APAThe Engineered Wood Association

Structural Materials | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | November 19, 2014
The Audrain Building on Newport’s celebrated Bellevue Avenue was designed by New York...

For the Kelowna project, the team used seven-ply CLT from Structurlam Products Ltd. for the floor systems and five-ply CLT for the roof. Unlike the thicker floor build-up of a wood or steel joist system, the seven-layer panels are only 9-1/2 inches thick, similar to the thickness of concrete. Photo: APA

Architects | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | October 13, 2014
When he set out to design his company’s new headquarters building on Lakeshore Road in...

Insulated three-stud corners provide more space for cavity insulation, boosting the structures energy efficiency. Illustration: APA

Architects | APA Designers Circle: Projects and Practices | October 07, 2014
As architects continue to search for ways to improve building efficiencies, more and more...
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