Your Client Wants to Use Mass Timber, Now What?
by Michelle Kam-Biron, P.E., S.E., S.E.C.B.
June 23, 2021; 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM Pacific TimeSmall Business System Requirements FAQ Register
Throughout the country, cities and states are early adopting the 2021 International Building Code mass timber provisions which expands the use of wood construction from 6 to 18 stories and demand for mass timber buildings are on the rise. As an introduction to using mass timber, projects around the country are using it in the 1-6 story range. This presentation will provide an overview of mass timber structural systems that include cross-laminated timber (CLT), structural composite lumber (SCL), glued-laminated timber (glulam), mechanically laminated decking (aka nail-laminated timber, NLT), and large section sawn timbers. Heavy Timber and Mass Timber structural applications as well as fire protection requirements per the 2018 and 2021 IBC will be discussed. Tips for working with a mass timber manufacturer will also be discussed as early engagement is key to a successful mass timber project.
ICC Preferred Provider Course Number: 0
Michelle Kam-Biron is a California licensed structural engineer and recently joined Structurlam Mass Timber Corporation as a Mass Timber Specialist working with key decision makers to utilize Structurlam Mass Timber products. Prior to joining Structurlam, she has over 10 years of experience in the wood industry as Vice President of Education for the American Wood Council (AWC) and Senior Technical Director – National Lead Mid-rise/Multi-family Construction at WoodWorks. Ms. Kam-Biron has over 20 years of experience managing and designing a wide range of projects and graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Architectural Engineering (ARCE). She is a Past-President for SEAOSC. She is a certified Earthquake Disaster Assessment volunteer and a member of the International Code Council. She currently volunteers her time on the NCSEA Basic Education, the ICC Professional Development Council Education Committee and is Past-Chair of ASCE-SEI Wood Education Committee as well as Chair of the SEAOSC Women in Structural Engineering Committee.
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