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Costing for Heavy and Mass Timber Construction — Fundamental Approaches, Considerations, and Lessons Learned
As opportunities to use Heavy and Mass Timber in construction surge, contractors, developers and designers need to understand how best to estimate costs. Designs with these materials vary greatly from frame construction and require different approaches to costing the structural elements as well as determining the whole building costs which incorporate electrical, mechanical, plumbing and envelope components. This series brings experienced designers, manufacturers, installation trades, developers and general contractors together to share their knowledge with their colleagues. If you're contemplating building or bidding on a building using these innovative materials, this series will provide essential informational about the Tips, Tricks and Traps of costing wood buildings.

Agenda

Tuesday, December 1
2-3pm EST David Porter, Program Coordinator, Atlantic Wood WORKS!
Mid-rise Cost Study

3-4pm EST Christopher C. Williams P.Eng., MBA, Vice President, Timber Systems Ltd. Budgeting Strategies for Mass Timber Construction

Thursday, December 3
2-3pm EST Mark Gaglione P.Eng., Manager, Construction Sciences, EllisDon Construction Mass Timber Construction Costs – Looking Beyond the Wood

3-4pm EST Scott Noble, AIA, Construction Manager, Kaiser + Path
Adventures in Mass Timber Costing: The Canyons

Tuesday, December 8
2-3pm EST Tim Praeger P.Eng., Principal, Aercoustics Engineering Ltd.
Mass Timber Acoustics – Doing it right. An investment early on will pay dividends for your building

3-4pm EST Mark Kaustinen, Senior Consultant and Business Advisor, KOSH
Unlocking barriers to using Prefab building solutions – It’s more than price.
Dec 1, 2020 02:00 PM
Dec 3, 2020 02:00 PM
Dec 8, 2020 02:00 PM
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Speakers

David Porter and Christopher C. Williams
Mark Gaglione and Scott Noble
Tim Praeger and Mark Kaustinen