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Title Author Datesort ascending Reports Area
2016 Customer Market Acceptance Research
Leger: the Research Intelligence Group
2016 Environment / Green Building / Certification
Fire Resistance of Long Span Composite Wood-Concrete Floor Systems
Lindsay Osborne, FPInnovations
2016 Wood Building Systems
Investigation of Fire Performance of CLT Manufactured with Thin Laminates
FPInnovations
2016 Performance
Stud Mill Lumber Grade and Value Yields from Green Spruce-Pine-Fir and Grey-Stage Dry Mountain Pine Beetle Attacked Logs
Frank Lam / J. David Barrett
2015 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood
Considerations for Detailing the Closure Penetration and Gypsum Fire Separation Wall Interface
FP Innovations, GHL Consultants Ltd.
2015 Wood Building Systems, Performance
Structural Considerations for Frame Supported Gypsum Area Separation Firewalls
FP Innovations, GHL Consultants Ltd., Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.
2015 Wood Building Systems, Performance
Use of Computer Fire Modelling to Support Alternative Solutions - Wood In-fill Wall and Cladding Materials
FP Innovations, Sereca Fire Consulting Ltd., Geoff W. Triggs
2015 Wood Building Systems, Performance
Field Measurement of Vertical Movement and Roof Moisture Performance of the Wood Innovation and Design Centre Instrumentation and 1st Year's Performance
FPInnovations
2015 Performance
Guideline on Building Code Approaches for Podium Structures
FP Innovations, Geoff W. Triggs, Equilibrium
2015 Wood Building Systems, Performance
In-Situ Testing at Wood Innovation and Design Centre Floor Vibration, Building Vibration, and Sound Insulation Performance
FPInnovations
2015 Performance