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Webinar: Heavy Timber Frames Today

Earn 1 AIA HSW Learning Unit for attending this informative webinar on the exploration of contemporary timber framing, brought to you by the Traditional Building Conference's Online Education Series.

Heavy Timber Frames Today

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Speaker: Bob Sternquist, Timbercraft-Built for Life!, Tecumseh, Michigan

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

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Join an experienced timber frame manufacturer for an in-depth exploration of the contemporary timber framing for residential and commercial buildings in our on-demand webinar. Timber Frame trusses, historic framing, contemporary hybrid construction models, materials and construction scheduling will  be discussed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast traditional timber framing with contemporary timber framing.
  • List preferred species of wood used in timber framing today. 
  • Explain the impact of drying processes on timber selection.
  • Describe hybrid timber frame options.
  • Consider the choices for insulation for new timber frame structures. 
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