[Webinar] The Big Reveal: How One Firm Built America's Tallest CLT Structure

[Webinar] The Big Reveal: How One Firm Built America's Tallest CLT Structure

Interested in building with Cross Laminated Timber, but unsure where to start?

Kaiser+Path designed, built and developed the tallest CLT building in America and they are revealing their entire process on the new website BuildingCarbon12.com in an effort to inspire others to use CLT —​ a material that is at least as strong and fire-resistant as concrete, more sustainable, and less polluting. Join Carbon12 architects as they reveal the ‘secret sauce’ for building with mass timber.

The presentation will include:

• Architectural and environmental benefits of mass timber
• Key challenges and how to avoid them
• Construction efficiencies and financial upsides
• A QA session at the end of the presentation

Because concrete and steel are some of the biggest producers of carbon, Kaiser+Path is on a mission to encourage the use of CLT as a way to fight climate change. BuildingCarbon12.com details the process of working with CLT from design to construction—including architectural drawings, structural and civil engineering records, fire reports, design reviews, and more.

With Ben Kaiser | Thursday, March 12 | 10:00-11:00 AM PT
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8616605850385586189

With Kristin Slavin | Tuesday, March 17 | 10:00-11:00 AM PT
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5055294285089026573

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