Chongqing: Wood and Clt Design Chart Essay

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Darryl Byle, PE presents:

Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.

DESIGNING WITH
CROSS LAMINATED TIMBER
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Learning Objectives
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

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1. Understand the fire and life safety advantages of CLT for both exposed and non-exposed conditions.
2. Recognize the construction advantages in the speed of build and cost

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3. Demonstrate acoustic and building envelope assemblies and discuss their pros and cons.
4. Implement structural detailing appropriate for the application of CLT.

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The Long Hall

North American Projects

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Long Hall, Whitefish MT

National CLT Milestone First 100% CLT Commercial

Building in the US Whitefish, MT 2 stories, 5000 sf Structural shell < 5 days

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4 Carpenters
2 Stories
4 ½ Days
Timeline Reduced from 26 weeks to 17
$ (Import) on par CMU
Weighs 4 Times Less
30% Foundation Reduction
1 hr rated Stairways &
Exterior Walls = CLT
143 tons carbon reduction by using wood
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Cross Laminated Timber is

Brief History

An engineered solid wood material Used as a wall, ceiling, and roof structural element Enhances and optimizes the many benefits of wood

Initially developed in Switzerland early

‘90’s Austria refined to current state in 1996 Industry started dramatic growth in 2000’s Better production efficiencies Code changes System proven and established

Currently over 10M cu ft CLT in place Project by 2015: 20M – 35M cu ft
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Dramatic Growth

Example Projects

“Austria-House” (2006)
Turin / Italy

120% of
Capacity

150% of Capacity
& 20% Growth
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Building Research Centre
Step 2 (2007)
Graz / Austria

Waugh Thistleton Architects & Techniker Engineers

The Stadthaus 24 Murray Grove, London

Example Projects

Going to New Heights – World’s Tallest

Mixed-Use Wood Structure 4 Carpenters 9 Stories 27 Days
Multi-storey building
(2001)
Vienna / Austria

“Wandritsch-Bridge”
(1998)
St. Lorenzen / Austria

Timeline Reduced from 72 weeks to 49 15% less $ than Concrete Weighs 4 Times Less 70% Foundation Reduction 330,000 tons carbon reduction by using wood

= 210 years of building carbon emissions Stairways & Elevator = CLT Less than ¾” settlement for all 8 floors

Waugh Thistleton Architects & Techniker Engineers

Waugh Thistleton Architects & Techniker Engineers

The Stadthaus 24 Murray Grove, London

The Stadthaus 24 Murray Grove, London

Photography by Will Pryce

Concrete Frame Pedestal Base

Photography by Will Pryce

First Floor - Start timber panel construction of shaft core

Waugh Thistleton Architects & Techniker Engineers

Waugh Thistleton Architects & Techniker Engineers

The Stadthaus 24 Murray Grove, London

The Stadthaus 24 Murray Grove, London

Photography by Will Pryce

Second Floor of timber panel construction…