Over the past several years, a number of tall wood projects have been completed around the world, demonstrating successful applications of new wood and mass timber technologies. FII and the Binational Softwood Lumber Council engaged Perkins + Will to look at ten international tall wood buildings, and presents some common lessons learned from the experiences of various stakeholders, including the Developer/Owner, Design Team, Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ), and Construction Team for each project.
Get the free summary report here that presents the results of the Survey and hear the shared experiences and learnings from global leaders in taller wood construction.
BONUS: Fill in the form below and recieve the Survey Appendices, which outline in-depth the lessons learned about the ten tall wood buildings covered in the survey:
- E3, Berlin, Germany - a 7 storey mixed-use commercial and residential building
- Limnologen, Vaxjo, Sweden - an 8 storey residential tenant-owned apartment complex with 4 buildings
- Bridport House, Hackney, London, England - an 8 storey residential social housing development
- 3XGrun, Berlin, Germany - a 5 storey residential apartment building
- Holz8, Bad Aibling, Germany - an 8 storey residential apartment with commerical office space
- Forte, Melborne, Australia - a 10 storey residential boutique aparment building with a 5 Star Green Star residential rating
- UBC Earth Sciences Building, Vancouver, Canada - a 5 storey Science and Mathmatics university building
- Lifecycle Tower One, Dornbirn, Austria - an 8 storey commerical office tower
- Tamedia Headquarters, Zurich, Switzerland - a 6 storery commerical office redevelopment project
- Cenni Di Cambiamento, Milan, Italy - four, 9 storey social housing apartment buildings with commerical and retail services
- Wood Innovation and Design Centre, Prince George, Canada - a 6 storey academic, labratory and commercial-use project
To get your digital copy of the Survey Appendices, please complete the form below: