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Innovative use of timber as a seismic-resistant sustainable construction material in New Zealand

One of two individuals to be awarded the Pai Lin Li Travel Award in 2013, Katherine Symons spent several weeks in New Zealand, looking at the ways timber is being used as a structural material, following the earthquakes of 2010-11.

Author(s): K. Symons (Smith & Wallwork Engineers)