May 05, 2015
09:30AM - 12:45PM
The Long and Short of Wood Roof Systems - San Jose
The Wood Products Council’s WoodWorks program is hosting a seminar in San JosebCalif., that will provide an overview of the many roof systems commonly used in buildings in the United States for a variety of span lengths.
Maggiano's Little Italy3055 Olin Avenue San Jose,
Event Description

The presentation will review possible wood structural framing systems and geometries. How these components can be combined to create efficient and versatile roof framing systems will be covered, along with International Building Code provisions that allow the use of wood systems in many roof applications including non-combustible Type I and Type II construction buildings. All of these concepts will be reinforced through the presentation of real example projects with details on the framing system used to achieve the project goals.

This seminar is intended for engineers, architects, builders and others with an interest in the design and construction of non-residential and multi-family wood buildings. To learn about WoodWorks and for information about free project support, additional education opportunities, and other resources, visit

Fee: $20.00

Contact Information
Name: Anita Lara     Email:
Phone: 408-423-8973



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