The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 69 (1991) > Issues > Issue 22 > Extended Use of Timber Frame Structures
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Extended Use of Timber Frame Structures

The paper considers some important aspects of the extended use of timber framed construction for residential hotel buildings, with application to a range of commercial buddings of up to five storeys. T.J. Ball

Author(s): Bell, T J

Keywords: columbia hotel, inverness;scotland;stirling business centre;noise;timber;shrinkage;fire resistance;design;frames;low rise;trussed rafters;loads;floors;hotels;planning;roofs;studs