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Webinar - Nail and Dowelled Plank

21 Feb 2013
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Where: Online only
Times: 12.30 -14.00 [GMT]

SUMMARY

This webinar will report on the work of the Centre for Offsite Construction and Innovative Structures, Edinburgh Napier University in partnership with David Blaikie Architects and MAKAR/Neil Sutherland Architects. The webinar will discuss the research, testing and development of brettstapel (dowelled) solid timber and nailed plank solid timber product from homegrown Scottish timber. 

The learning objectives for this webinar include:

  • Solid timber brettstapel and nailed plank design, testing, manufacture and delivery
  • Technical opportunities and challenges of designing structures from home-grown timber
  • Deployment of brettstapel and nail plank solid timber product in live projects with industry partners
  • Benefits of partnering with the Centre to develop and commercialise technology

Speakers:

Deb Turnbull, MICE, Centre for Offsite Construction + Innovative Structures (COCIS), Edinburgh Napier University

David Blaikie, Architect, Edinburgh

Neil Sutherland, Architect, MAKAR, Inverness

ONLINE WEBINAR

This webinar will only be available ONLINE.

All CIC Start Online members will be invited to attend the online webinar and will receive an email with the meeting link. This will provide a live video feed, presentation and chat area - with the opportunity to contribute to the discussion using online chat.

Online attendance is free of charge.  If you are not a member of CIC Start Online, you can register to attend online by completing the form below:

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