Terminus, Vancouver Island: solving a mass timber challenge in a seismic region

Author: Brendan Fitzgerald, Ilana Danzig, Ross Jardine, Mehrdad Jahangiri

Date published

1 April 2022

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Terminus, Vancouver Island: solving a mass timber challenge in a seismic region

Terminus, Vancouver Island: solving a mass timber challenge in a seismic region
The Structural Engineer
Author

Brendan Fitzgerald, Ilana Danzig, Ross Jardine, Mehrdad Jahangiri

Date published

1 April 2022

Author

Brendan Fitzgerald, Ilana Danzig, Ross Jardine, Mehrdad Jahangiri

Price

Standard: £9
Members/Subscribers: Free

This article describes the design and construction of a five-storey commercial building featuring a novel steel buckling-restrained brace lateral system framed within its mass timber superstructure.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
5
Publisher:
Institution of Structural Engineers

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Timber Commercial Bracing Project Focus Issue 4

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