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  • 1. WoodWorks: A Pilot Initiative to ExpandStructural Wood Share in the Commercial Construction Market No Longer a Pilot Dwight Yochim, RPF
  • 2. Original Pilot Regions North CentralCalifornia Southeast
  • 3. Metropolitan Statistical Areas Existing MSAs Top 3 New Secondary MSAs (16%) MSAs (18%) (19%) 2% Central 1% 3% 4% 3% 2% 3%1% 6% 3% 5% 2% East 4%West 10% 4%
  • 4. WoodWorks RegionsWest Bryan Schuyler – Regional Director Michelle Kam-Biron, Lisa Podesto, PE – Scott Holman – PE, SE – Senior Senior Technical Technical Director Technical Director Director
  • 5. WoodWorks Regions Central Duane Schantz – Regional Director Cheryl Ciecko, AIA, Archie Landreman – ALA, LEED AP –Senior Regional Director Technical Director (National Accounts)
  • 6. WoodWorks Regions Pat Schleisman, PE – Regional Director East Scott Lockyear, PE – Bruce Lindsey – Senior Technical Director Technical Director
  • 7. Technical Director Vacancies Central EastWest
  • 8. Strategies that have proven successfulEducating/Training specifiersTechnical assistanceAddressing issuesSupport from design through construction
  • 9. Educating/Training secifiersLunch-and-learns 30 different topics Delivered over 450 to over 7,600 specifiersWorkshop/Luncheon/Seminars Delivered over 160 to over 9,700 specifiers Includes 42 webinarsWood Solutions Fairs Delivered 16 to over 6,100 specifiers
  • 10. Technical assistanceReceived over 1,300 calls Resolved in anywhere from a few minutes to several hours sometimes requiring assistance from AWC and APA.
  • 11. Addressing issuesFireSeismicDurabilityWindSustainable DesignStructuralCode
  • 12. Support – design through construction Over 500 building conversions Value of over $128 million
  • 13. New Focus AreaNational AccountsMid-riseSchoolsBuilding SystemsWood Champions
  • 14. National AccountsOne client – multiple buildingsSuccess with a major fast food restaurant– 200 buildings last year.Key drivers – Cost savings duringconstruction and energy conservation.Green/sustainability slowly building
  • 15. Mid-riseSuccess in Canada – BC @ 6 storiesSeattle/Minneapolis pushing 5-5.5 storiesHuge growth potential with largevolumes of wood per buildingIncludes multi-family, offices, extendedcareTechnology may allow us to go higher
  • 16. SchoolsWhere wood isn’t restricted and where it isArkansas – Rules changed to allow wood,six schools under construction savingsreported on two are $2.6 and $2.9 million
  • 17. Building SystemsIncludes: Cross Laminated Timber Tall walls Panelized roofsSupports the other initiatives
  • 18. Wood ChampionsConvert one architect or engineers =multiple buildingsMainstream of the conversionsEfforts here influence/impact otherinitiatives
  • 19. Tools used to convert
  • 20. Carbon/Forest Growth Calc.Richmond Olympic Oval
  • 21. Simplified Carbon/Forest Growth Calculator
  • 22. Online Resource
  • 23. Questions ?

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