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Guests BC Wood Design Awards were not only witness to an inspirational evening of innovative wood design, but also the first to hear an announcement made by Michael Giroux, president of the Canadian Wood Council (CWC), regarding the release of the highly-anticipated feasibility study, The Case for Tall Wood Buildings.
a national organization of the Canadian Wood Council that promotes the use of wood in building design, which designated the structure a demonstration project--a first in Ontario.
Building with wood has the smallest impact on the environment before, during and after construction, according to recent findings by the Canadian Wood Council, The Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials study and the Athena Sustainable Materials Institute.
He has served on many industry associations such as the American Plywood Association, Canadian Wood Council, COFI International Market Access Committee and the BC Forestry Innovation and Investment Advisory Board.
The Canadian Wood Council wants Ontario wood used in the framing of mid-rise buildings.
Database Two databases on Canadian spruce-pine-fir dimension lumber were considered for this study: the Canadian Wood Council (CWC) Lumber Properties program in-grade data (Barrett and Lau 1994) and a Council of Forest Industries of British Columbia study on acceptance of Canadian in-grade data for Europe (Barrett and Lau 1991, Stieda 1990).
The Canadian Wood Council wants more Ontario wood in the framing of mid-rise buildings.
December 1: Wood Solutions Fair, Minneapolis Hyatt, Minneapolis, MN, sponsored by the American Wood Council, Canadian Wood Council, the Southern Pine Council, and APA--The Engineered Wood Association.