Wood

What's next for mass timber design?

An architect who has worked on some of the nation's largest and most significant mass timber construction projects shares his thoughts on the latest design trends and innovations in mass timber.

BD+C University Course | May 24, 2018

Accommodating movement in building envelope materials [AIA course]

We may think of the building envelope as an inanimate object, but in reality its components can be quite mobile. This AIA CES course is worth 1.0 AIA LU/HSW.

Building Materials | May 7, 2018

A Smarter Adhesive Solution for the Building Industry

To receive your free copy of this white paper, please complete the form below. By completing this…
| Donald B. Snell, PE, CMC Apr 18, 2018

Hot, humid climate makeup air conundrum: The moisture and mold risks that developers, designers and installers continue to take

But why?! Hasn’t there been enough lessons learned through moisture/mold construction litigation in…
| Feb 28, 2018

Quality Products Needed To Meet Green Building Standards Today

Sustainable healthcare facilities will need energy-efficient building enclosures from the outset.

| Feb 20, 2018

Architect educational support from ZIP System® sheathing and tape

Don Simon, Manager Education and Training, discusses how Huber Engineered Woods is dedicated to…
| George H. DuBose, CGC; Steven R. Gleason, P.E.; and Charles Allen, Jr., AIA Feb 15, 2018

Fact vs. fiction: Hotel waterproofing in coastal zones

Sign up for our free March 6 webinar on “A Project Peer Review: The Single Most Important Factor in Reducing the Risk of a Mold and Moisture Lawsuit in Your Next Project”.

Building Materials | Dec 19, 2017

‘Ultra Violet’ is Pantone’s Color of the Year 2018

The color represents a symbol of counterculture, unconventionality, and artistic brilliance, according to Pantone.

Building Materials | Cary Barger Aug 24, 2017

Controlling condensation

No matter what structural material you build with, be it steel, concrete, or wood, water is the enemy.  

Building Materials | Mike Landers Aug 17, 2017

Teflon’s little brother is breathing new life into big design

Lighter than glass and 100% recyclable, one material takes center stage in the future of building.

Concrete | Jul 7, 2017

The secrets held within Ancient Roman concrete could improve future building practices

Not only has the concrete stood the test of time, but it has actually become stronger.


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