Cecobois

Le projet Brock Commons : un bâtiment de 18 étages en bois massif à Vancouver

Prochaine conférence de la SCGC Section Québec et ISM Montréal

    
(conférence présentée en anglais)

Résumé

Brock Commons, an 18-story mass timber building currently under construction at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, will be the tallest wood building in the world upon completion in the summer of 2017. Using cross-laminated timber floor panels in a simple, clean design that eliminated the need for beams, the timber structure was erected in just nine weeks with a small crew of laborers. Designed on a fast-track schedule and built for a modest construction budget, this project can help pave the way for future mass timber buildings in urban environments. This presentation will give an overview of the design and construction of the building, with a particular focus on the structure.

Québec

Date: 21 février 2017

Heure: 18 h 30

Lieu: Unviersité Laval, Pavillon d'Optique-photonique

          Salle POP-1168, 2375 rue de la Terrasse, Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6

Coût: Gratuit membres SCGC

           20,00$ non-membres

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Montréal

Date: 22 février 2017

Heure: 18 h 00

Lieu: Université McGill, Pavillon Macdonald-Harrinton

          Salle G-10,  845 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal (Québec) H3A 0G4

Coût: Gratuit

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Conférencière

 

Mme Tanya Lüthi, M.Sc.Eng., P.E, Associée chez Fast + Epp

Tanya is a licensed professional engineer and an associate at Fast + Epp structural engineers, a Vancouver-based firm known for innovative and architecturally expressive wood structures. She served as project lead on the Mountain Equipment Co-op head office building, one of the largest contemporary timber buildings in Canada. She now manages Fast + Epp’s New York City office.

Before joining Fast + Epp in 2011, Tanya worked in New York for Leslie E. Robertson Associates. She has a bachelor’s degree in politics from Princeton University and a master’s degree in civil engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.

Crédit photo : Seagate Structures