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Fall Seminar: The Latest in Timber Design - Night Two
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/15/2018
When: Thursday, November 15th
Registration: 5:15pm // Seminar: 6:00 - 9:00pm
Where: PG&E Auditorium
77 Beale Street
San Francisco, California 
United States

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Come learn about the latest in timber design. As technological advancements allow the application of this historic material to evolve and meet the new and changing needs of structures, it’s critical to remain in-the-know with how to effectively design and retrofit timber structures. Learn about code updates in wood design focusing on NDS 2018, hear case studies on unique retrofits, learn about permitting challenges of emerging technologies like CLT diaphragms, and overview best practices of wood detailing for common and irregular cases.

 

Topics include:

·     Overview of wood codes and standards, focusing on NDS 2018 updates

·     Case studies on unique timber retrofits

·     Case studies on heavy timber projects and applications

·     Wood detailing focusing on irregular cases

 

Date: Wednesday November 7th, & Thursday, November 15th

Schedule: Registration: 5:15pm // Program: 6:00 - 9:00pm

Where: PG&E Auditorium: 77 Beale Street, San Francisco, CA

 


Pricing:

Both Seminar Dates: By October 22 After October 22
SEAONC/ EERI / ASCE Member $200 $250
Full Time Student $65 $115
Non-Member $330 $380
One Night Only (Night 1 or Night 2) By October 22 After October 22
SEAONC/ EERI / ASCE Member $125 $175
Full Time Student $40 $90
Non-Member $200 $250

 

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