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Basics & Theory

APA: Overview Of Cross Laminated Timber
Engineered Wood Association provides an overview of cross laminated timber, and links to other information and resources.

JLC: Building With Cross Laminated Timber
Journal of Light Construction describes how a builder used these solid wood panels to simplify making the building envelope airtight, and help moderate fluctuations in moisture and heat.

Woodworks: Overview Of Cross Laminated Timber
Woodworks online fact sheet CLT - Solid Advantage covers what cross laminated timber (CLT) is, types of CLT assemblies, CLT status in Europe & North America, CLT in codes and standards, and performance attributes. (PDF)

YouTube: Advanced Engineering Concepts In Solid Wood Construction
Online Video with Engineer Eric Karsh walks through advanced engineering concepts in solid wood construction. It explains how solid wood construction is a different building system compared to stick-frame construction, and highlights recent projects using solid wood construction.
Education & Training

WoodWorks: Mass Timber Connections Online Workshop
Woodworks online Mass Timber Connection Design course focuses on connection design principles and analysis techniques unique to mass timber products such as cross-laminated timber, glued-laminated timber and nail-laminated timber. It covers design options for connection solutions ranging from commodity fasteners, pre-engineered wood products and custom-designed connections. (PDF)
Industry Information

CWC:Case For Tall Wood Buildings & Mass Timber
Canadian Wood Council report Case for Tall Wood Buildings represents the views of the many interviewed developers/marketing groups/contractors/fire chiefs/ building authorities, and introduces a new construction model for tall buildings which utilizes mass timber panels. (PDF)

J of C: Mass Timber Construction An Advantage in Northern Climes
Journal Of Commerce says as the largest mass timber structure in the world to date, standing 18 storeys and 54 metres, rises on UBC campus, it is casting a construction shadow that extends far north.
Information Sources

CWC: Overview Of Cross Laminated Timber
Canadian Wood Council offers information and resources on cross laminated timber.

FP Innovations: Cross Laminated Timber - A Primer
FP Innovations online slide show presentation gives a good overview of CLT based mostly on the European experience. (PDF)

reThink Wood: Mass Timber Research Reports & Resources
reThink Wood online Research Library of reports on mass timber systems includes stress test results, material comparisons, product advancements, the latest innovations, and more.

WoodWorks: Information On Cross Laminated Timber
WoodWorks provides information and resources on cross laminated timber including tools & support, publications, presentations & videos, and FAQs.
Issues & Performance

APA: ANSI/APA PRG 320-2012: Standard For Performance-Rated Cross-Laminated Timber
Engineered Wood Association offers the new ANSI/APA PRG 320-2012: Standard for Performance-Rated Cross-Laminated Timber. It provides requirements and test methods for qualification and quality assurance for performance-rated cross-laminated timber, which is manufactured from solid-sawn lumber or structural composite lumber. Free site registration required.

BD&C: Cross Laminated Timber Fire Tests Back Proponents
Building Design & Construction says a company has successfully completed two significant fire tests on Cross-laminated Timber as a building material, demonstrating for the first time the feasibility of tall mass timber buildings in the US.

GBA: Fire Tests for Cross-Laminated Timber
Green Building Advisor says a government research facility tries to burn test apartments and finds the timber assemblies resist the spread of flames.
Procedures

Canadian Contractor: Cross Laminated Timber House Design That Could Change Everything
Canadian Contractor says renowned Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal has pioneered a CLT structure that outperforms traditional home building techniques.
Product Supply

Ecohome: Two New Types of Mass Timber Panels
Ecohome describes new types of mass timber panels that enable longer spans than the traditional CLT, while requiring less wood: Mass plywood panels that use wood veneers instead of solid wood; Dowel laminated timber that use no glues, resin or fasteners.
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