“FPInnovations recently launched the 2019 edition of the Canadian CLT Handbook, a completely revised version aimed at reflecting changes made in Canadian codes and standards since the 2011 edition and helping support a larger use of cross-laminated timber (CLT).”
Moses Structural Engineers co-authored the new Chapter 13 in the handbook, which provides a working example for practitioners of a tall wood building to make it more accessible to more designers.
“The Handbook has every topic covered and is an essential resource for anyone thinking of building with CLT for their first time. They will definitely refer back to it for the second, third or fourth buildings, whether they are in North America or other parts of the world.”
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